NOAH’S LAW MISSION: TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC FROM CONVICTED SEXUAL OFFENDERS AND TO SUPPORT VICTIMS OF THESE VIOLENT CRIMES.
Guiding Principle – Support
Support Cody McConnell in grieving the loss of his spouse and child and restoring his emotional and physical health.
Guiding Principle – Advocate for the Innocent
Advocacy to all levels of government and peace officers to strengthen existing SOIRA* and Criminal Code of Canada provisions relating to repeat sexual offenders. Place priority on increased monitoring and enforcement protection of innocent members of the public from known dangerous sexual offenders.
Guiding Principle – Seek change for sharing knowledge of repeat or dangerous sexual offenders
Seek amendments to the SOIRA National Offender Database that would make it easier for the Police to access the database. Additionally, enable access for landlords and other designated members of the public to seek access to registry information over the reintegration and rehabilitation of repeat or dangerous sexual offenders. (Similar to Clare’s Law https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clare%27s_Law )
Guiding Principle – Seek change for monitoring of repeat or dangerous sexual offenders
Advocacy to Corrections Canada and the Parole Board to strengthen the monitoring of offenders on release via use of electronic monitoring and refusal of early release for dangerous sexual offenders
Guiding Principle – Create awareness and understanding for the public
Raise awareness of existing laws, regulation, administration of parole conditions to increase public support for far stronger protection of the public. Increase public knowledge and awareness via education and engagement to obtain increased public support for legislative change and more proactive enforcement.
Guiding Principle – Create partnerships to better support public protection and safety
Liaison with peace officers and associations across Canada to seek advice on how to increase public protection from dangerous or repeat sexual offenders.
SOIRA* -The Sexual Offender Information Registry Act (SOIRA) requires individuals found guilty of certain sex-related criminal offences to be registered in a sex offender database.