You really have to ask yourself what the point of the sex offenders’ register is.
Det Supt Alan Caton said “I’m satisfied that we do all we can to manage those people that pose a risk in this county,”
Well I’m not !
A rape charity wants a review of how the sex offenders’ register is managed, after it was revealed five people on the list in Suffolk are missing.
Cath Elliott, from Suffolk Rape Crisis, says it is “shocking” people have vanished and wants Suffolk Police to take the issue “more seriously”.
Ministry of Justice figures showed there were 584 people on the list last year, up 45 from 2011.
Suffolk Police said the five people had left the country.
Det Supt Alan Caton said: “They’re wanted and if they come back to the country they will be arrested and put before the court.