MADISON (WKOW) -- The Madison Police Department will hold a community meeting Thursday to provide information to nearby residents about a convicted sex offender relocating to their neighborhood in the City of Madison.
There will be a sex offender information bulletin at the meeting to increase community safety.
Madison police say 29-year-old Jermaine Davis will be living at 2222 Independence Lane #4. David is a registered with the Sex Offender Registry.
According to a police notices, in1999 Davis was adjudicated for First Degree Sexual Assault and Second Degree Sexual Assault of a Child. In 2000 Davis was convicted of Second Degree Sexual Assault. Davis' victims have been adult and juvenile females both known and unknown to him. Davis' has also used force and the threat of force during the commission of his crimes.
If Davis violates any of the rules or conditions of his parole, he will be taken into custody and placed in confinement pending review of possible revocation proceedings. Witnessed violations should be reported to the Madison Police Department.
Officials say the sex offender information bulletin is not intended to create fear or panic in the neighborhood, but increase awareness.
Representatives from the Department of Corrections Sex Offender Registry and Madison Police Department will be providing the information. Parents are asked not to bring young children to the meeting.
The meeting will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8 in the Community Room at Fire Station #11 located at4011 Morgan Way in Madison.