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“It is truly unfortunate how many years and resources have been wasted on this pursuit.”“It is unbelievable to me,” Cavoukian told Global News.
Over the six-year period: The impact of having offenders cluster in poor neighbourhoods depends on the kind of support they get once they’re out, Latimer said.“If they’ve gone into transition housing that’s run by organizations like ours, or other organizations that are supporting the reintegration of people, they will be getting assistance in terms of housing and employment and educational opportunities and so on,” she said.“But if they’ve defaulted into a poor neighbourhood, like they’re in a shelter or something of that nature, then that doesn’t exactly help.”The faces of the #First Time IWas Called project include Farah Nasser, Alexei Vella, Farheen Khan, Kathleen Wynne, Jagmeet Singh, Jully Black, Daniel Pillai and Jill Andrew.The International Water Polo Club was registered as a nonprofit organization, but did not register with the California attorney general’s office.After inquiries from The Associated Press, the attorney general’s office sent a letter to Hojreh warning him that his organization was “both unregistered and, consequentially, delinquent for past filings.” Hojreh, who graduated from the University of California, Irvine, was a member of the Men’s NCAA Division 1 water polo team from 1994 to 1998.His attorney, Ricardo Nicol, told The Associated Press that Hojreh never had a blemish on his record after working with hundreds of children over two decades.The victims were underage female water polo players and the alleged crimes occurred between 2014 and January of this year, the Orange County district attorney’s office said.(In the United States, sex offenders identified by address have sometimes been subject to violent attacks.)“The Ministry respects the Supreme Court of Canada and is focused on keeping our communities safe as we work to comply with the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s order,” ministry spokesperson Greg Flood said in an e-mailed statement.“As long as it doesn’t identify individuals, it’s good,” says Catherine Latimer, executive director of the John Howard Society. I don’t think you gain anything by not having adequate access to information.”Ontario’s registry requires people convicted of various sexual offences to register their home address with police for either 10 years or life.Offenders who are pardoned can be taken off the registry. In 2009, Ontario’s correctional ministry claimed a 97% compliance rate among offenders required to register.“USA Water Polo has zero tolerance for sexual misconduct,” Ramsey said in a statement Wednesday.Molestation scandals involving young victims have recently rocked USA Swimming and USA Gymnastics.He was a water polo coach at University High School in Irvine, but his employment ended in March 2017, said Annie Brown, a spokeswoman for the Irvine Unified School District.Citing confidentiality laws, Brown declined to provide additional information about the circumstances surrounding Hojreh’s employment, but said there were no reports to school officials of sexual misconduct involving the coach.