Pursuant to Minnesota’s Community Notification Act, the Roseville Police Department is releasing information regarding Robert Nicholas Heinze, a Level 3 predatory offender, who has registered to live in the 800 block of County Road B2.
Officers check on the current registered offenders and confirm the primary address and other information contained in the registrants file to confirm the accuracy of the information.
Enclosed is a fact sheet with information about Heinze and his offenses. Information can also be found on the Roseville Police Department’s website at cityofroseville.com/police. This notification is not intended to increase fear but rather to raise awareness. Roseville Police believe that a well-informed public is a safer public.
Level III Predatory Offender Heinze Public Fact Sheet
Heinze has served the imposed sentence for his offenses and is currently not wanted by the Roseville Police Department.
A community notification information meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10 in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive. The information session will include presentations from the Minnesota Department of Corrections Community Notification Unit and the Roseville Police Department. The meeting will be recorded and a video will be posted on the Roseville Police Department’s website following the meeting.
Convicted predatory offenders have always been released to live in Minnesota communities, but it was not until passage of the Registration Act of 1991 that law enforcement had a right to know an offender’s residence or be able to monitor their changes of residence after their release from custody. With the passage of the Community Notification Act, law enforcement can now share information with the public about many of these offenders.
Further information can be found at the Minnesota Department of Correction’s Public Search at coms.doc.state.mn.us/publicregistrantsearch.
We hope this notification and the community meeting will provide the necessary information to educate your family and friends regarding personal safety. It is important to note that law enforcement cannot direct where this individual does or does not reside, nor can this agency direct where they work or attend school.
If you have questions for Roseville Police regarding the community notification process, contact Lt. Jennifer Engh at 651-792-7257 or firstname.lastname@example.org.