Calgary, AB,

Release of High-Risk Offender – Cody James NEUBECKER

In the interest of public safety, the Calgary Police Service is issuing the following public information and warning regarding the relocation of a high-risk offender.

Cody James NEUBECKER, 37, has been released to the Calgary community today, Wednesday, March 27, 2024, after serving a five-year sentence for possession of child pornography and failure to comply with a prohibition order. 

NEUBECKER has previous convictions for sexual interference, luring a child under the age of 18, luring a child under the age of 16, accessing child pornography, indecent exposure to a person under 16, and possession of child pornography. The majority of his crimes were committed in the Calgary area.

NEUBECKER is currently subject to a section 810.1 peace bond and will be monitored by the Calgary Police Service High-Risk Offender Program.

He is described as approximately 6’ tall, approximately 220 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.

The Calgary Police Service is issuing this information and warning after careful deliberation and consideration of all related issues, including privacy concerns, in the belief that it is clearly in the public interest to inform members of the community of the release of NEUBECKER. 

Members of the public are advised the intent of the process is to enable members of the public to take suitable precautionary measures and not to embark on any form of vigilante action.

NOTE: This information is released under the authority of section 32 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, S.A. 1994 c.F - 18.5.

About the CPS High-Risk Offender Program

The Calgary Police Service High-Risk Offender Program (HROP) monitors offenders who have been released by the courts to the Calgary community and who have been determined to have a high-risk to reoffend in a violent or sexual manner. With our law enforcement partners, officers in HROP assess an offender’s risk factors and use a number of tactics to ensure they are abiding by court-imposed conditions to manage their risk to the community. Court-imposed conditions can include the use of electronic monitoring, prohibitions on weapons, drugs and alcohol, mandated counselling and treatment, curfews and other relevant restrictions.