High-risk offender moving to Saskatoon
A high-risk offender is moving to Saskatoon after he gets out of prison Friday.
According to police Robert Elliot, 48, has a lengthy criminal record of violence offences around substance abuse, property crime and use of weapons.
He is described as a Caucasian man, five-feet-six-inches tall, 132 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.
Elliot is required to:
a) Report weekly to Saskatoon Police.
b) Reside in an approved residence and abide by a curfew of 10 p.m. - 6 a.m. daily.
c) Avoid areas where persons under the age of 16 years are present; such as public parks, playgrounds and schools.
d) Required to undergo treatment and counseling as outlined by a Parole Officer.
e) Abstain from purchase, consumption and possession of alcohol and other intoxicating substances unless medically prescribed.
f) Avoid seeking employment or volunteer opportunities in a capacity that would involve being in a position of trust toward a person under 16 years.
g) Avoid being in the possession of weapons of any kind.
h) Submit to search of person upon demand by a Parole Officer and the Saskatoon Police Service.
i) Receive written permission by a Parole Officer and the Saskatoon Police Service for travel.
Information about a high-risk offender is released, so the public can take suitable preventative measures, police add it’s not to encourage people to take any on any vigilantism.
If people are aware of any violations relating to Elliot, please notify the Saskatoon Police Service immediately at 975-8300. If you consider the event emergent in nature, please call 9-1-1.
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