1,023 Sex Offenders Calling North Wales Their Home With Numbers To Rise!


The national news stated last night that due to no beds in prisons, some sex offenders will now get community service!
Also, we have to be mindful that with so many Migrants pouring into the country and many destroying their records, we do not know who these people are! 
There are many cases like this that appear not to make the headlines https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-tyne-68446855

North Wales has one of the highest proportions of registered sex offenders living in the area of any police force in England and Wales. Out of 42 police areas, North Wales was ranked 5th, with one sex offender for every 602 people and a total of 1,023, according to the latest data.

The Gwent area was 9th with one sex offender for every 633 people - total 824; South Wales was ranked 11th with one for every 658 people - total 1,778 and Dyfed-Powys was 25th, with one for every 775 - total 604. The total number of registered sex offenders in Wales is 4,229.

Last year North Wales Live reported how Chief Insp Jeff Moses warned councillors he suspected Conwy and Denbighshire had a ‘frightening number’ of paedophiles rehoused in their communities, during a local authority presentation. He was responding to concerns raised that an offender had been housed close to a play park. Sign up for the North Wales Live newsletter sent twice daily to your inbox

At the time, Chief Insp Moses said: "“I suspect the numbers would be quite frightening. And actually that's part of the problem, isn't it? Where do we house everybody? It is something that probation and partners will risk assess and manage, and of course, once they are housed, there is a management process, and that involves the local police team visiting and so on as when required.”

Figures released by the Ministry of Justice show there were 68,357 registered sex offenders in England and Wales police force areas at the end of March, 2023. The number means there is the equivalent of one sex offender for every 769 people aged 10 and over. Compared to March, 2022, the number of sex offenders in England and Wales has risen by 2%, up from 66,741, reports the Mirror.

It has also risen by 85% over the past 12 years, since the police force-level figures were first published at the end of 2010/11. At the time there were 36,921 registered sex offenders living here. This year's figure is a record high. The figures cover offenders managed by Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) aimed at preventing further offences. Sex offenders are required to notify the police of certain details, with further notification required if any of those details change. Some MAPPA areas are home to three times as many sex offenders relative to the local population than others.

North Wales has one of the highest rates of registered sex offenders in England and Wales
North Wales has one of the highest rates of registered sex offenders in England and Wales 

There were a total of 1,116 registered sex offenders living in the Teesside MAPPA area, which is the same as the Cleveland Police force area. That works out as one for every 450 people aged 10 and over. No other area in England and Wales has a higher concentration of registered sex offenders relative to the local population. Lancashire is next with its 2,964 offenders working out as one for every 459 people over 10.

In County Durham there is an average of one registered sex offender for every 562 people, while in Humberside it’s one for every 588 people. At the other end of the scale, there are 816 registered sex offenders in Hertfordshire. That works out as one for every 1,299 people aged over 10. That’s almost three times as many people per sex offender as in Teesside.

In Surrey there’s an average of one offender for every 1,250 people. In London the ratio is one for every 1,124 people, while in Bedfordshire it’s one in every 1,087, and in Thames Valley it’s one in every 1,064.

Where offenders are registered in the UK

Teesside: 450

Lancashire: 459

County Durham: 562

Humberside: 588

North Wales: 602

Greater Manchester: 610

Merseyside: 625

Northumbria: 629

Gwent: 633

West Yorkshire: 649

South Wales: 658

South Yorkshire: 676

Cheshire: 690

West Midlands: 694

Norfolk: 699

Nottinghamshire: 714

Cumbria: 719

West Mercia: 725

Suffolk: 730

Derbyshire: 735

Hampshire: 758

Sussex: 758

Staffordshire: 769

Northamptonshire: 769

Dyfed-Powys: 775

Lincolnshire: 781

North Yorkshire: 787

Devon and Cornwall: 794

Cambridgeshire: 806

Dorset: 826

Kent: 840

Warwickshire: 855

Wiltshire: 870

Gloucestershire: 870

Avon and Somerset: 877

Leicestershire: 885

Essex: 893

Thames Valley: 1064

Bedfordshire: 1087

London: 1124

Surrey: 1250

Hertfordshire: 1299



  1. All these Migrants that like children won't help bring the numbers down

  2. I bet a high proportion of them will end up in Llandudno like they always do!


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