Kingston Police wants you to know that a high-risk offender has been released into the community


The Kingston Police has issued a public safety notice that a high-risk offender has been given a statutory release. During his release from him, Christopher Watts will be residing in the Kingston area and have access to the community.

“This notice is being issued as Kingston Police believe he may pose a risk to the community, particularly to females, including females under 18 years of age. WATTS has a residence condition and will be monitored,” wrote Kingston Police in a news release on Friday.

Watts is slated to be completing a Long Term Supervision order after the completion of his sentence. The Long Term Supervision Order will be in effect until April 6th, 2027.

Watts is 61, six feet tall, 170 pounds with brown eyes and short brown hair. Watts must adhere to strict conditions. These conditions include:

• Not to associate with any person you know or have reason to believe is involved in criminal activity.

• Immediately report all intimate sexual and non-sexual relationships and friendships with females to your parole supervisor

• No direct or indirect contact with persons listed as victims.

• No direct or indirect contact with any member of the victim’s family

• Not to be in the presence of any male or female child under the age of 18 years unless you are accompanied by a responsible adult who knows your criminal history, and has been previously approved in writing by your parole supervisor. Not to communicate directly or indirectly with any female children under the age of 18 years unless it has been previously approved in writing by your parole officer

• Not to be in, near, or around places where children under the age of 18 are likely to congregate such as elementary and secondary schools, parks, swimming pools, and recreational centers unless accompanied by an adult previously approved in writing by your parole supervisor

• Not to own, use, or possess a computer or any technological device that would allow you unsupervised access to the internet without the prior written approval of your parole officer and while in a supervised setting • Not to view, possess, purchase, acquire, or access any pornography or sexually explicit material or images in any form or on any type of media without the prior written permission of your parole supervisor.

  • Not to own or possess more than one mobile communication device, or subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card, without prior written permission from parole supervisor.
  • Not to own or possess any audio or video recording device, including but not limited to cameras, video recorders, and audio recorders. If a cell phone contains such functions, they must be disabled and access provided to parole officer supervisor
  • Not to consume, purchase, or possess drugs other than prescribed medication taken as prescribed and over the counter drugs taken as recommended by the manufacturer
  • Not to consume, purchase or possess alcohol
  • Follow treatment plan in the area of ​​sexual deviance, violence, and engrained criminal values
  • Provide documented financial information to the satisfaction of parole supervisor. Not to possess any banking document including credit cards, debit cards, bank cards, or checks without the prior written permission of parole supervisor
  • Resides at an address approved by the Correctional Service of Canada
  • Territorial boundary is defined as the area bounded by Highway 401 to the North, Lake Ontario to the South, Rideau River to the East, and Collins Bay Road to the West.

Kingston Police say that anyone with information of potential breaches of these conditions or concerns of any suspicious activity regarding Watts is asked to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660.


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