A 28-year-old high-risk sex offender is the subject of an alert from the BC Corrections, after it was learned that he is currently living in Surrey.
According to the Ministry of Public Safety, Goddard has a criminal history which includes sexual assault, invitation to sexual touching and luring under 16, impersonating a police officer and firefighter, as well as failure to comply with probation.
In the past, the ministry adds, Goddard has presented himself as a woman, worn female wigs and used the names Jessica Godard or Brandy Leanne Goddard.
He is described as Caucasian, 5’9″ tall, weighs 170 lbs, and has brown hair and green eyes,
The ministry is warning the public that Goddard has “maintained a pattern” of sexual offending against male youth and adults and communicating via computer to lure male and female youth, “in both an opportunistic” and predatory manner.
Goddard is subject to close monitoring by authorities and 23 court- ordered conditions including:
- He must comply with electronic supervision
- Not communicating directly or indirectly with anyone under
the age of 18
- Not to engage in activities, volunteer work or employment that
could bring him in contact with anyone under the age of 18
- Not to establish, maintain or access any social networking sites, websites or web pages
- Not keep, maintain or pay for an account of any kind, including social networking sites, via internet service provider which permits or provides access to the internet
- Not attend at any park, school, daycare, pool, playground,
skating rink, community centre, or recreational centre
- Not possess, use or access directly or indirectly any electronic device that is capable of accessing the internet including but not limited to cellular phones, computers, computer gaming consoles, blackberries, or any personal digital assistant
- Not possess any weapon
- Not wear or possess any clothing, hats, or any insignia, patch, or emblem that represents a business or company
Anyone who sees Goddard in violation of any of these conditions is asked to contact police immediately.