The Regina Police are advising the public about a man who is considered at high risk to re-offend sexually.
Jason Paul Thorne, 41, will move into the Heritage neighbourhood of Regina.
Thorne’s criminal history includes sexual offenses and he has a history of reoffending. He’s at a high risk for sexually offending against female children.
According to a police release, Thorne will be living in a residence that provides supervision and monitoring of his activities.
The police are releasing this information so the public can take preventative measures and remind the public not to resort to vigilantism or unreasonable conduct towards Thorne.
Thorne is described as Indigenous, about five feet nine inches tall, weighing around 170 pounds with a medium build. He has brown eyes and black hair.
Thorne is subject to a lot of conditions under a long-term supervision order.
Some of those conditions include abstaining from alcohol or drugs, having no contact with children under 18-years-old, staying away from locations where children tend to gather and follow treatment plans as directed by his parole supervisor.
Anyone who has questions or concerns is encouraged to contact Regina police at 306-777-6500.
Anyone can report to police if Thorne is in violation of any of his conditions by calling the detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Full list of conditions from police for Thorne’s release
1) Upon release, travel directly to his place of residence, as set out in his release certificate;
2) Remain at all times in Canada within the territorial boundaries fixed by his Parole Supervisor;
3) Obey the law and keep the peace;
4) Inform his Parole Supervisor immediately upon arrest or on being questioned by the police;
5) At all times, carry the release certificate and identity card provided by the releasing authority and produce them on request for identification to any peace officer or Parole Supervisor;
6)Report to the police if and as instructed by his Parole Supervisor;
7) Advise his Parole Supervisor of his address of residence and thereafter report immediately:
- Any change in address of residence;
- Any change in normal occupation, including employment, vocational or educational training and volunteer work;
- Any change in domestic or financial situation (of offender and family of offender);
- Any change that may affect his ability to comply with the conditions of long term supervision;
8) Not own, possess or have control of any weapon as defined in section 2 of the Criminal Code, except as authorized by his Parole Supervisor.
In addition, Jason Paul THORNE must also abide by the following special conditions:
1) Report all intimate relationships or changes to his Parole Supervisor;
2) Abstain from use of alcohol;
3) Abstain from use of drugs other than prescribed medications taken as directed by a physician and over-the-counter drugs taken as recommended by the manufacturer;
4) Follow psychological counselling as directed by a clinician;
5) To have no contact with children under the age of 18 years unless supervised by a responsible adult who has been pre-approved in writing by the supervising Parole Officer;
6) Must abstain from the use of all intoxicants;
7) Follow psychiatric counseling and medication regime as directed by a clinician;
8) Not be in, near or around locations where children can reasonably be expected to congregate; and
9) Follow treatment plan as directed by Parole Supervisor.