The Dayton Police Department is releasing information pursuant to Minnesota Statute 253D.32 Subd. 1 regarding those committed to the Department of Human Services (DHS) Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) who have been provisionally discharged by judicial order. This statute requires that a broad level of public notification is done for anyone transitioning from MSOP’s program into a community setting.
Three clients are expected to transition on provisional discharge from the MSOP program on April 8, 2019. They will be residing in a small monitored adult foster home residence on the 16000 blk Dayton River Road in Dayton, which will be staffed 24 hours-a-day. These three clients will be monitored by GPS, be expected to comply with their provisional discharge plan and will be supervised by an assigned MSOP Reintegration Specialist.