Release of High-Risk Offender: Eugene SOUCY

Release of High-Risk Offender: Eugene SOUCY
In the interest of public safety, the Brockville Police Service are issuing a public advisory regarding the release of a high-risk offender to the community.
Eugene SOUCY, 59, was convicted for the following offences which occurred between 1998 and 2013:
Prostitution of Person Under 18 x 3
Overcome Resistance – Administer Drugs
Sexual Interference Person Under 16
Fraud Under $5000 x 18
Theft under $5000
Fraud Over $5000 x 2
Sexual Assault x 2
Fail to comply x 2
Cause person to use forged document x 2
False Pretenses under $5000 x 8
Personation with intent to gain advantage
Theft over $5000
Described as a white male, 5’9”, 159 lbs., SOUCY has completed his sentence and is currently residing in the City of Brockville.
Current terms of his release include the following:
  • Prohibited from attending a public park or public swimming area where persons under the age of sixteen years are present or can reasonably be expected to be present, or day care centre, school ground, playground, or community centre
  • Seeking, obtaining, or continuing any employment, whether or not the employment is remunerated, or becoming or being a volunteer in a capacity that involves being in a position of trust or authority towards persons under the age of sixteen years
The Brockville Police Service believe SOUCY poses a high-risk to reoffend or breach his terms of release.
If members of the public observe SOUCY breaching any of the terms of his release, please do not approach, but call 9-1-1.
The victims involved in prior incidents have been notified of his release.
The Brockville Police Service is issuing this information and public advisory after careful consideration of all related issues, including privacy concerns, in the belief that it is clearly in the public interest to inform members of the community of the release of SOUCY.
This public safety advisory has been issued under the authority of Regulation 265/98 of the Police Services Act, which allows for disclosure of personal information about an individual if it is reasonably believed that the individual poses a significant risk of harm to other persons or property and believes that such disclosure would reduce that risk.