Christine Candice Allen was convicted of administering anxious substance with intent to cause bodily harm, in the horrific act of poisoning of Mia Coulombe-Elms with Visine causing her permanent brain damage for life, she is at the 5th percentile;
Christine Candice Allen is considered extremely high risk to the public and innocent children with a great risk to re-offend;
Christine Candice Allen is noted by psychologist to indicate her lack insight for her offences is problematic as she is unable to articulate the specific psychological motivations for her violence perpetrated;
Christine Candice Allen is noted that a much greater understanding of her violent offending, attitudes towards children, maladaptive coping and mental health needs is needed for the development of an effective relapse prevention plan;
Christine Candice Allen is such a risk to the public that Peel Regional Police issued a public safety advisory to the Brampton community she moved into; and
Christine Candice Allen will be off Parole on March 14, 2019 and Mia Coulombe-Elms and siblings safety will be at risk as well as innocent children in the presence of Christine Allen being she will have no stipulations to follow once parole ends. nothing to keep children safe.
We, the undersigned, Citizens of Canada, call upon the Government of Canada to exercise its moral, legal and political authority to ensure the safety of the public and innocent children by making a registry for high risk child crime offenders, and allowing life time criminal restraining orders for offenders to stay away from their child victims and victims' family.
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