High risk offender warning



On November 24th, the Ministry of Justice Corrections Branch issued a public notification regarding Jason Beaudry, age 37, who is a high risk violent sexual offender.

Mr. Beaudry is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. He is aboriginal with black hair and hazel eyes. He is currently in Kamloops and plans to reside in the City of Cranbrook.

He has a lengthy and varied criminal history of offending in an opportunistic manner against males, females, strangers and acquaintances, which includes violent and sexual offences and weapon use.

Mr. Beaudry is subject to close monitoring by authorities and 13 court-ordered conditions including not possessing, owning or carrying any weapons; not attending any establishment where the primary commodity for sale is alcohol; abstaining completely from possession, purchase or consumption of any alcohol or drugs; and a curfew Mr. Beaudry should not be outside his residence between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

If any members of the public observe the subject in violation of any of the above conditions, they are requested to call their local police agency. In the Columbia Valley, the RCMP detachment can be reached by dialing 250-342-9292.

If you have questions concerning the public notification process, please contact the Corrections Branch at 250-387-6366.

stice Corrections Branch issued a public notification regarding Jason Beaudry, age 37, who is a high risk violent sexual offender.

Mr. Beaudry is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. He is aboriginal with black hair and hazel eyes. He is currently in Kamloops and plans to reside in the City of Cranbrook.

He has a lengthy and varied criminal history of offending in an opportunistic manner against males, females, strangers and acquaintances, which includes violent and sexual offences and weapon use.

Mr. Beaudry is subject to close monitoring by authorities and 13 court-ordered conditions including not possessing, owning or carrying any weapons; not attending any establishment where the primary commodity for sale is alcohol; abstaining completely from possession, purchase or consumption of any alcohol or drugs; and a curfew Mr. Beaudry should not be outside his residence between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

If any members of the public observe the subject in violation of any of the above conditions, they are requested to call their local police agency. In the Columbia Valley, the RCMP detachment can be reached by dialing 250-342-9292.

If you have questions concerning the public notification process, please contact the Corrections Branch at 250-387-6366.

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