“Children are becoming increasingly vulnerable to sexual predators due to the growth of the internet,” says WSP Chief John R. “Thanks to the hard work by our law enforcement and prosecutor partners we are able to make Washington communities safer for our families.” Law enforcement officers acting in an undercover capacity, communicated on the internet through various websites with individuals interested in having sex with children. The would-be perpetrators who were arrested in the operation traveled to meet with undercover detectives posing as young girls and boys with the intent to engage in sexual activity with them. In addition to the 26 suspects that were arrested, 5 suspects have been identified as having access to children at risk of being abused.
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The objective of the 1990 Community Protection Act was to provide adequate notice to the community concerning sex offenders who are, or will be residing in the community, and to assist community members in developing constructive plans to prepare themselves and their children for residing near released sex offenders.
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