High-risk sex offender released, to reside in Saskatoon
This article was published in 2013.
Saskatoon police are warning the public that a high-risk sex offender released last week will be living in the city area.
Allan Guy Landry, 57, has a criminal history of committing acts of indecent exposure and assault in relation to young girls and a history of voyeurism involving young children and adult female sex trade workers.
Police said in a release he has the potential to re-offend.
Landry is described as a Caucasian male, 5-foot-11, 236 pounds with white hair and hazel eyes.
According to police, he is required to:
- Keep the peace and be of good behaviour.
- Reside in an approved residence.
- Avoid areas where persons under the age of 16 are present, such as public parks, community centres, schools and playgrounds.
- Avoid seeking employment or volunteer opportunities in a capacity that would involve being in a position of trust toward a person under the age of 16.
- Avoid using a computer for purpose of community with any person under 16-years-old.
- Not to own or possess any device or equipment capable of making visual recordings.
- Submit to search of person or vehicle upon demand by a Parole Officer and the Saskatoon Police Service.
- Receive written permission by a Parole Officer and the Saskatoon Police Service for travel.
- Avoid having contact with former victims.
Police released information on Landry under the Public Disclosure Act with the intention of allowing the public to take suitable preventative measures and not embark on vigilantism or unreasonable contact towards Landry.
Anyone aware of violations relating to Landry’s actions is asked to contact Saskatoon Police Service.