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He said: “This is one of our priority areas along with neighbourhood policing and we will make sure that every cut that the chief constable makes has the least impact on the public.” Figures from the past 12 months, ending March 31, 2010, show there were 468 registered sex offenders in East Lancashire, up from last year’s total of 421.
They are required to notify the police of their name, address, and any changes in their personal details.
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His attacker was described as white, aged between 18 and 22 and around 6ft tall.
And, according to the annual Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements report, East Lancashire has the highest number of registered sexual offenders in the county.
John O’Reilly, from the Lancashire Police Federation, said that, with police in the county looking to make £50million of budget cuts, this area must not be hit.
“We’ve had some reports of her soliciting outside the area and will be following that up to possibly increase the area she’s banned from.
“It is the same for Jeal is she tries to solicit elsewhere.” Jeal was one of the first to take part in the town’s conditional caution course which offers education instead of prosecution.