Kingston Police issue safety notice due to release of high-risk offender

Paul Kubesch, 54, is considered a high-risk offender, and has been released to reside in the Kingston area. Photo via Kingston Police.

Kingston Police have released the above photo and issued a community safety notice regarding the release of a 54-year-old man in the area.

In a media release issued on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022, police said Paul Kubesch, who is “deemed a high-risk offender” and currently serving a 10-year Long Term Supervision Order, will be residing within the Kingston area and “will have access to the community.”

“This notice is being issued as Kingston Police believe he may pose a risk to the community, particularly to female children,” Kingston Police said, noting that Kubesch “has a residency condition and will be monitored.”

According to police, Kubesch’s Long Term Supervision Order will be in place until September 9, 2032, and will be “monitored by the Kingston Police High-Risk Offender Unit,” as well as the Correction Service of Canada (CSC). He was charged in 2015 with the sexual assault of a four-year-old girl in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), according to reports.

Kubesch is described as being a 54-year-old Caucasian male, standing 6’0” (182.88 cm) and weighing 196 lbs (88.9 kg), with short dark brown hair. He was charged in 2015 with the sexual assault of a four-year-old girl in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Kubesch is currently on a statutory release carrying strict conditions for the sake of public safety. Those conditions, police said, are as follows:

  • 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
  • Not to be in the presence of any male or female children under the age of 17 years unless accompanied by a responsible adult who knows his criminal history, and has been previously approved in writing by Kubesch’s parole supervisor
  • Not to be in, near, or around places where children under the age of 17 are likely to congregate, such as elementary and secondary schools, parks, swimming pools, and recreational centers
  • Follow treatment plans/programs in the area of sexual deviancy
  • Immediately report all intimate sexual and non-sexual relationships and friendships with females and males, and any changes to the status of the relationships/friendships to parole supervisor
    • This includes any attempts to initiate the above
    • This also includes disclosing whether those above have parental responsibilities for children under the age of 17 year
  • Participate in a psychiatric assessment and follow any treatment recommendations, including any medication regime that is prescribed
  • Have no direct or indirect contact with persons listed as victims
  • Have no direct or indirect contact with any member of victims’ families
  • Reside at address approved by the Correctional Service of Canada, and comply with all residence rules and regulations
  • Kubesch’s territorial boundary is defined as the area bound by Highway 401 to the North, Lake Ontario to the South, Rideau River to the East, and Collins Bay Road to the West

Anyone with information of potential breaches of these conditions, or concerns of any suspicious activity regarding Kubesch is asked to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660.

One thought on “Kingston Police issue safety notice due to release of high-risk offender

  • Why do my taxes have to pay an enormous amount of money needed to supervise him. Since we don’t have the death penalty, put him away for the rest of his life.

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