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NPB DETENTION Name WRTTMORE , PETER ROBERT
TYPE OF REVIEW PAPER TYPE OF DECISIQN(S) DETENTION
TYPE OF REVIEW/REFERRAL
DE'l'. -RES . ANNUAL-SUBS
NON SCHF:Dm.<:.oOl'Tl';NDf,f\, -
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OBSERVER (S) NO Observer
dL.lrin<,1lloa~d. Member dd1be.ra.tiofL,.1
from part of hearing:
NEW rNFO~TI:ON OR Gts~ OF CONFIDENTIAL
Not Applicable FINAL DECISION(S)
Dnt .. d
SPECIAL CONDITXON(S) VA.I.ID(Apply Qntil t_l'Io!I
IMPOSED AND PERIOD OF TrHE FOR waleR
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you are now
The Board ~e satisfied that, if released, you are likely to eo~t a sexual offence invo1vinq a chi~d be£orQ tbe expiration of the sentence
serving accordinq to law.
REASONS FOR DECISION(S)
VO'l'E (S) P~o1e
Board on March 5,
by the- 'Nationa~
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2004. The reaeOn.s that contributed to the Board decision were that you were rated a high risk to :e-offend sexually even though you had eompleted a Biqh Intensit~ Sex Offender Program. Historically, you were noted to be unw:i.ll;inq or unable to abide by you:r: cond.itions of release. The Board noted that you were ordered detained during your fi.rst federal sen.tence. You had also not proposed any viable :r:al.ease p1an though you had stated to the Board that you were hoping to deve10p a $olid release plan prior to your next revi.ew. A hearing to review your current status was sched.uled for Fab:rua.ry 18, 2005, but on February 9, 2005, you waived your right to a hea.ring. Therefore, the followi.ng dl;;aC!i.s:i.on :isbased on your fi1e records, including Psychological/PsychiatriC! Assessment Report (Ja.nl,l&Zy 13, 2005) I Addendum to Assessment:.for Dec;i.s:i.on (February 2 2005), Correcti.onal'Plan ~roq~QS9 Report (February i, 2005) and . National Maintenance Sex Offender Program Report (February 7, 2005).
Reportedly, since your 1ast rev~Qw by the Board, you have a1so comp~eted. the Cognitive Livinq Ski11s, Reasoni.ng and Rehabil.itation Program, to your cre~t. The report (January 12, 2005) noted t~at you worked "fa:i.r~y hard" and. :made some progress. However. YO\1 ram.ai.ned preoccupied with your relationship within the program group and fa~1ed to make much progress in the area of prObl.em solving. You kept your focus on qetting things done ~diately rather than evaluating the issues methodically. Information in~oates that on several. occasions, you have i.dentified your victim~ a$ "wi.11ing participants" and you had "C!onsensua1 sex" with these minors. You havs st~tl;ldthat you did not force any of your viet~a to became engaged in sexual acts. You fail t.Q rea1i.ze the long-term impacts that your actions have caused on these young impressionable chi~d.ren. Your fa.ilure to adequate~y in1:ernal.:i.ze wbat:. you have l.earned ~eaves you an untreated sex off.nder a.t risk to re-offend. At age 34 years, you are a second t~ federal offendsr, serving a. three y~ar sentence, commencing' June 18, 2002, for Fa.i~i.ngto Comp~y W~th a Procation Order (x2). You viol.ated your conditions by assoc1ating with a pre-pubQscent boy. Accord~ng to tbe official version of events, you befri.ended.a woman in your apartment building and you were sUbsequently left alone wi.th her five-year old son on numerous occa~ons. With respect to a previous breach of trust conviction in 2001, you were under a court ~posed probation order that prevented you from aB80eiAt~nq w~th ~nors. Therefore, you c1early demonstrated a bla~nt disreqard for your eondi~iona1 release orda:rs.
.Janua:r:y 2002 and Fel:Irua.:r:y 2002. you lIIeJ:e found to be in the company of some pre-pubescent boys who lived in your apartment building. When the arrest warrant wa. issued, you were not in your apartment, thus v~o1atinq a second p~obat~on condieion of adhering to a specif~ed curfew. You _ere arrested i.n British Co~umbia at which time, the ~ol~ce found chi~d photos, binocu1a~s, 1atex gloves, lubricant, zip t~es, duet eape, an appl~cation for a pasaport and ch~ld Internet site addresses. You have an Qxtensive sexual criminal histo:r:yinvo1ving children. In Apri1 2002. you Lnfor.med a ereati.nq psychiatrist that you have Offended against five male vict~s and one female vict~ and that yen have also ~en involved i.nmore recent offences. Since 1993, you have accrued eight convictions £or saxua1 offences involv:ing children. Your offences have in~olved grooming patterns against ch.ildren with whc::oill held a position of trust. you The BOA%"d notes that you also offended again$t strangers. Your offences have been intrusive an4 have involved fondling, forced feliatio a t·tempted.anal in t:.llilr:course .
Most of your victims have been male ehi1dran. However One prepubescent female vict~ a11eged 't~~t you d.ig1tally penetr~ted her
Page vagina. You have been convioted of sexual offences involving th~ee children, and, you admit to offending against several other male
In conclusion, without an adequate level of insiqht into your c~~ina1 offences and without ~pp~opriate skil~s to prevent you from relapses your risk continues to be rate4 as high. The Board is therefore satisfiea that you are likely to commit a sexua1 offence ~nvo1viDq a child prior to war~ant expiry. Your Oetention Order is hereby oonf~rmGd. VOTE(S)
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NPB DETENTION Name WHITMORE , PETER ROBERT Institution: TYPE OF REVIEW
REVIEW DEC1SION FPS
SHEET File No
TYPE OF DECISION(S) DETENTION·
:;~HE:tlI!Lr..D OFFllNCE[lll :
NON 5ClIEDtILED ot'"FENDER:
TYPE OF REVIEW/REFERRAL DETENTION REVIEW
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OBSERVER ( S) NO Observer
from pdrt of hearing:
ASSISTANT NO Assistant NEW INFORMA~ION
present OR GIST OF CONFIDENTIAL INFO~TION SHARED WITH OFFENDER
Not Applicable FINAL DECISION(S)
IMPOSED AND PERIOD OF TIME FOR WHICH
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BOARD MEMBERS! The'Soard
is satisfied that, if released, you are ~ikely to comm..ita invol.vinq a ehil.ci before t.he expiration of the sentenoe you are now serving aeeording to law. REASONS FOR DECXSION(S) AND/OR VOTE(S)
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AUG-01-2006 10:29 FROM:
Page A~ the outset of your Detention hearinq today. your Assistant requested that the Board considl!!rad;ourninQ your case .in order to canvass potential release plans. The Board exp1ained that a dec~~ion had to be taken in your ease at least 90 days befo~e your Statutory Release Date. Accorci;;'nqly, the Board is bound to make a decision on the detention referral bv March 17th, 2004. In the end, yoU agreed to waive your hearina. You also indieated that you want to invest~qate potential release plans in another reqion. Your Parole Officer also indicated that vou have been a~roved for a transfer to another region and ~at Correctional Service of Canada is hopeful that you could be transferred bv A~ril or Mav 2004. The Board aqrees that t.his would be a prudent mQve in your case given -that you clearly have positive family support in another region. Fu~ther to yOur referral for detention bv the Commissioner of Co~rections, the Board haG ~onduct.ed a review of your ~~ae to determine whether you meet the relevant statutorY criterion for detention. After havina considered all the relevant and available infor.mation, the Board bas concluded that there is a ~ikelihood that vou will commit a sexual offenoe involving a child prior to the expiration of your sentence. This dec~sion is based upon a consideration of the following information: You are a 33-vear old federal recidivist who is currefitlv servinq a 3-year sentence fo~lowinc:ryour QUilty 10lea to the offences of Failing to Comply With a Probati.on Order (x2). You violated vour cond:itions by associatina with a pre-1Oubescent boy. AccordinQ t.o the of£ic1al version of events, vou befriended a WOman in your apartment Dui~ding and you were subsequently left al.one with her 5-Vear old son on numerous occasions. Your behaviour clearly demonstrates a blatant disreQa.rd for cond~tional release orders. With respect to a ~revious breach of trust conviction in 2001, vou ware under a court imposed probati.on order that prevented VOU frolll associatina with m.inor5. Between Januarv 2002 and Februarv 2002. vou were found to be in the company of some pre-pubesc.ent boys who ~ived in youX' apartment buil~inq. When the arrest warrant was issued, YOU were not in your apartment, thus violatina a second probation condition o£ adherinq to a specified curfew. You were arrested in British Columbia at which t;i.me, the Pol.ice found child photos, binoc:ulars. latex Cfloves. KY lubrieant.. zi,p ties, duct taos, an application for a passport and child lnternet site addresses. You have an exten.sive sexual criminal historv i.n.volvincr hildren. c Since 1993, vou have aecrued eiqht convictions for sexual offences involv~nq ehi1dren. Your offences have been serious and have involved Q"roomincrpatte.rns aQ"ainst children lIith ""born you he1d a positi.on of t.J:;'Ust. However. t.he Boa.J:;d also notes thai: yoU also offended aqainst children who were stranc:rers. Your offences have been intrusive and have involved fondlinq, forced fellatio and at.tem'J:)ted anal i.nteroourse. Althouqh most of your vietims have heen male children, however one pre-~ubescent female v~ct~ alleqed that you di~ita11y penet~ated her vaqina. You have been convicted of $exua~.offences i.nvolvinq three children, and, yOU admit to offending aQainst several o~her male children. Xn fact. in Apri~ 20Q2, vou informed a treatincr psychiatrist that vou have offended a~ainst five ma~e victims and one female vict~ and that you have a1so been involved in mOre recent offenc:ea. In October 1993. you were oonvicted of Abduction.of a Person Under 14. Invitation t.o Sexual Touchin~ (x2) and Sexual Int.erference (x3) Du:r:inq this offence. yOU 1ured your ll-vear-old·ma.le v:ict:im to a secluded area of a bu~ldinq and sexually abusea him over a period o~ Baveral hours. In A~ril of 1995, vou were convicted of Invitation to Sexual Touchinq and Sexual Interference after yOU abduoted a-vounq Clirl in Guelph and forcib~v confined her .in 'l'orontofOr a thJ;ee-day per1od. Cur~nq that t~e, you sexually abu$ed her and ~o1d her to perform fel~at10 on you. Dt:CiSION SHEET /). .r:r=!.:::,e::,::n r
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EXe.MPTION (S) APPL.',"O
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Page You have been diagnoliJed as and you have repeatedly procl&imed your sexual preference for young boys. More reeentl.Yt whi.le participating in the High Intensity Sex Offender Treatment Program, you refused to participate in arousal reeondi~ionin9 beea.use.y~u.did no.t want to stop the fantaaie~ toward ma1e ch~1dr~n. In addit~on to the above, the Sex Offender R~3k Apprai.sal.Guide (SORAG) has indicated that. there is a 100% and 10 years reepectively. You have \ proDability of recidivism over' a180 reported that - .about boys between the aqes o~ 8 and 12. There is a oonsensus among e1inicians that you pose a hiqh risk for sexua1 reci.divism. Your fil.e i.nfo:nnatiQlJ, J..nclic:atea that on several occasions, you have i.dentified your V'i.ct.ims "willing participants" a.nd you have as further stated that you did not. force any of your victims to become engaged in Bexual acts. Accordi.nqly, it is evident that you fail to realize the long-term iDlpact:s that your acti.ons have c.aused on these young impressionable children. In February 2003, your cell was searched and a notoabook with child Internet site addre~ses was found. You cla~ that these addresses were written long 8g0 and they had been in your notebook for somet:im.e. The Board cann'ot conclude that there is reliable and persuasi.ve i.nformation t.o indica.te that you ara planning to commit another sexual offence involving a chi.ld. however, the :Soard notes that there is certainly ample information to suggest that you are still consumed by deviant sexual fantasies and cognitive distortions. In conclusion, your risk continues t.obe rated as high, even after having comp~eteQ a high intensity sex offender program. Your crimina1 history demonstrat.es that you are eitber unwi11ing or unable to abide by your coftditions of release and you have not proposed any viab~e re1ease plans at this juncture. The Board alse notes that you were ordered detained during your first federal sentence following a hea~ing. You are hopeful that you will be able tode~elop release plans in another region where you have community support. The Board agrees that this would be the most prudent course in your case. Your Assistant acknowledged that you meet the Detention Criteria based on the file information, however, he also indicaeed that you are hoping to erart a so1id release plan prior to your next review. In view of al~ the foregoing, the Board is ordering that you be detained beyond your Statutory aelease date pursuant to section 132(1.1) of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act. As you bave been deta~nedi you are no longer elig~1e for day parole, therefore no further action wil~ be taken with respect to your day pa~ole appli~ation date 2 September 2003.
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