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Violent Offender Residing in Vancouver

Photo of Paul Richard Haley provided by the Vancouver Police Department.

The Vancouver Police Department believes that compelling circumstances exist requiring the Department to warn the public that Paul Richard Haley is now residing in the City of Vancouver, and he poses a risk of significant harm to the safety of female acquaintances and prospective intimate partners.

Haley was convicted in 2003 of manslaughter after killing his girlfriend.

While in federal custody, Haley was assessed as a high risk to re-offend violently against women. He also has a history of domestic violence against partners. He was deemed too dangerous to release on parole, and was held in custody for his entire sentence.

Haley is 40 years old, white, 5’9 ft and 170lbs. He has brown hair, blue eyes and tattoos of a dragon and a skull on either side of his neck.

Haley is currently bound by the terms of a Sec. 810.2 Peace Bond and must abide by the following conditions:

· Abstain from intoxicants

· Curfew 10 PM to 6 PM

· Not to enter any licensed establishment

· No contact with sex trade workers

· Not to possess any weapons

Anyone witnessing Haley in violation of any of these conditions is asked to contact their local police department at 9-1-1.

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