Level 3 Sex Offenders Community Meeting August 17

A Level 3 Sex Offender recently moved in to the 23200 block of 60th Ave W, just west of the police and fire departments in the Town Center neighborhood. The City held a meeting with residents in the area regarding the Level 3 Sex Offender and they plan on holding another meeting specifically for residents within a 1 mile radius this Thursday, August 12. The meeting will take place at the library at 7pm. See below for the full report from the City. UPDATE: The meeting date and location has been changed to Tuesday, August 17 at 7 pm at Mountlake Terrace Elementary School at 22001 52nd Avenue West

Last Monday, the City held a neighborhood meeting with residents in the area of 60th and 232nd, regarding Harold W. Pitcock a Level 3 Sex Offender who had moved into the neighborhood (23200 Block of 60th Avenue West). The meeting was very well attended and many relevant questions were asked. City Manager, along with Police Chief Wilson, Assistant Chief Caw and Detective Sergeant Duncan were in attendance.

A larger community information meeting, sponsored by the City of Mountlake Terrace Police Department in partnership with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office reaching out to all residents within one mile of the offender’s residence, is being planned at the library for Thursday, August 12 at 7:00 PM. In addition to representatives from the Police Department and Sheriff’s Office, we would like to have representatives from State Department of Corrections and the Sexual Assault Center as we have had in previous meetings. We will also be providing informational flyers to the library and recreation pavilion.

The Police Department monitors all registered sex offenders who live in our community through frequent visits. The Snohomish County Sheriff‟s Office website provides information resources on all registered sex offenders in Snohomish County to include the City of Mountlake Terrace. In addition, the website includes a link to Washington State Sex Offender website Offender Watch that provides even more resources to include ability to search for registered offenders in your area.

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