Figures show Metropolitan Police has married dating yorkshire lost 40 child sex offenders.
Its not acceptable and is a serious cause for concern.'.
Government figures show a total of 137 child sex offenders have disappeared after signing the sex offenders' register, which requires them to inform police of their whereabouts or any changes to their details.
'Individuals who breach their conditions are subject to tough penalties and the police and other local agencies should robustly enforce the tools and powers available to them.'.Published: 12:16 GMT, 25 February 2013 Updated: 14:09 GMT, 25 February 2013 308, view comments, police have lost track of almost 140 paedophiles, sparking fears many may have left the country, it has been revealed.He served 18 ukrainian women in Germany to meet months and was released from jail in 1998, when he moved to Brighton.'We are determined to do everything we can to protect the public which is why last year we introduced new measures to strengthen and extend checks on those subject to the Sex Offenders Register.The force with the second highest number on the run is Greater Manchester, which has lost seven, while Sussex has lost six, according to The Mirror.A Home Office spokesman said: 'We have some of the toughest measures in the world to manage violent and sexual offenders.The shock figures show the Metropolitan Police has lost by far the most paedophiles, with 40 on the run from the authorities in London.Meanwhile, another example of an offender who disappeared was serial rapist Peter Chapman, who was off the police radar for seven months after his monitoring level was downgraded by the authorities.Slipped through the net: Serial rapist Peter Chapman (left) had been off the police radar when he went on to rape and murder trainee nurse Ashleigh Hall, 17 (right).'We really must have a system where no one with a record of this kind of offence second date after sex on first date can just vanish.The West Midlands, Derbyshire, Kent and Lancashire all have five child sex offenders they are looking for.Home Office says it uses some of the toughest measures in the world.
On the run: Stephen Clare has been off the radar since 2002.
He was jailed for sexually assaulting a five-year-old girl and taking indecent photographs in the 1990s.