Paul Egotak, 29, Violent Offender Expected to Re-offend, Released in Edmonton

Edmonton Police Service has released a statement to the public regarding the release of violent offender, 29 years of age, Paul Egotak.

EDMONTON | Sorry everyone, back again with another warning to the general public about a man that’s recently been released from prison, and will now be residing in Edmonton. Police believe that he will more than likely re-offend.

His name is Paul Egotak, and he has a history of violence.

Paul Egotak
Paul Egotak

Paul Egotak is described as:

  • Height: 5’6″.
  • Weight: 134 lbs.
  • Eyes: Brown.
  • Hair: Brown.

Although he will be monitored by the Behavioural Assessment Unit of the Edmonton Police Service, you can never be too safe, so let’s get the word out about this problematic man and keep our neighbourhoods safe.

The EPS wrote their public notice to warn Edmontonians about this potentially harmful man in an attempt to forewarn you, and asks that you do not take this as an invitation to engage in any form of vigilante action. The world needs less harm; not more.


Paul Egotak has been placed on a number of court-ordered conditions. These include:

  • He must abide by a curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily.
  • He shall not purchase, possess or consume any alcoholic beverages. He shall not consume or possess any drug listed in the schedules of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, including cannabis, any prescription drugs not prescribed to him, or any other intoxicating substances.
  • He shall not be in any licensed premises other than a dining room for the sole purpose of having a meal.  He shall not attend at any liquor store.
  • He shall not possess any drug paraphernalia such as crack or marijuana pipes, self-made pipes of any kind, e cigarettes, bongs, water pipes, cigarette papers, or syringes.
  • He must not travel out of the City of Edmonton without written approval of his Supervisor.
  • He is not to be in possession of weapons of any kind, including knives (except in his residence or at a restaurant for the sole purpose of consuming a meal), bear spray or dog spray, firearms, ammunition, explosive material, or any weapons whether homemade or otherwise.

Please take a second to share this article in an attempt to get the word out there with me. It’s always better to be safe rather than sorry; especially when Edmonton Police explicitly state that this man is more than likely to commit another illegal act whilst residing in our city.

View the initial EPS release here.


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11 thoughts on “Paul Egotak, 29, Violent Offender Expected to Re-offend, Released in Edmonton

    • Veronika Tarnovsky
      June 14, 2019 at 6:40 PM
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      Actually, it is. We have the most amount of sex offenders and pedophiles living here per capita , than anywhere else apparently.

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    • Stephanie Kimoto
      June 14, 2019 at 9:26 PM
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      i actually don’t think this one is a pedo. He’s. It mandated to stay away from children/schools/playgrounds, just liquor stores….

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  • Karen Morettin
    June 14, 2019 at 6:26 PM
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    We need to make the system and people “accountable” for their decisions!! It should be simple, if he’s likely to reoffend DONT LET HIM OUT! Why is that so hard for our system to figure out? The system is so broken and innocent people continue to pay the price. It infuriates me to continue reading warnings like this!

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  • Stephanie Kimoto
    June 14, 2019 at 9:26 PM
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    i actually don’t think this one is a pedo. He’s. It mandated to stay away from children/schools/playgrounds, just liquor stores….

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  • Tamara Flynn
    June 14, 2019 at 9:54 PM
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    Sharpe Barb it never ends they just keep releasing them onto the public so they can reoffend!!

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    • Sharpe Barb
      June 14, 2019 at 10:26 PM
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      Tamara Flynn i think we the people need to enforce a change. FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL

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  • Kim Schindel
    June 14, 2019 at 11:57 PM
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    We don’t have enough tax dollars to house every offender… The jails are full

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