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West Bend Police Department release information about sex offender re-entry to public

The West Bend Police Department released information about a sex offender being released into the community.
Eric A. Moffatt will be released from prison on August 11, 2015 and will be on Extended Supervision for five counts of Exposing a Child to Harmful Material. Moffatt’s victims were boys between the ages of 7 and 13.
Moffatt is 44 years-old and is 5 feet and 9-inches. He weighs 168 pounds. 
Moffatt will be homeless in the City of West Bend and surrounding area within Washington County. He will be supervised by probation and parole agents specializing in intensive supervision, and will be monitored by a Global Positioning System (GPS) 24 hours a day. 
While on supervision Moffatt will be subject to intensive sanctions which include:
? Shall not have contact with the victims nor unsupervised contact with any minors,
? Cannot be in any tavern, bar, or liquor store, or consume alcohol or illegal drugs,
? Cannot possess nor view any sexually explicit material,
? Cannot purchase, possess, nor use a computer, software, hardware, nor modem without approval from his agent,
? Cannot visit any parks, playgrounds, schools, campgrounds, video arcades, day care centers, swimming pools, beaches, recreation areas, carnivals, fairs, amusement parks, festivals, malls, tanning salons, libraries, parades, or any area where children congregate without prior approval from his agent,
? Cannot purchase, possess, own or carry any firearm or weapon,
? Will be a life-time registrant of the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registration Program,
? Must comply with all the requirements of the Sex Offender Registration Program.
If Moffatt violates any of these rules or conditions of his extended supervision, he will be taken into custody and placed in confinement pending an investigation by the Department of Corrections. If anyone witnesses Moffatt violating any of the above rules they should call the West Bend Police Department at 262-335-5000.
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