the county - an increase of 110 cases on last year. No date has been set for Bobby Kudlak's dangerous offender hearing. Broke into homes, he was also convicted in 2002 of breaking into women's homes at night in Cambridge Bay and trying to fondle them. The Crown is proceeding with a dangerous offender application against a Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, man who pleaded guilty on Thursday to his fourth and fifth sexual assaults, both against young girls. The boys grew up in foster homes. Kudlak's older brother, Joseph Kudlak, was declared a long-term offender 11 years ago. Two dedicated detectives work in the unit and the impact of their work has been considerable. He had been banned from being in the presence of children and had been placed on the national sex offender registry for the rest of his life. The older Kudlak was convicted of numerous violent offences, including sexual assaults on young girls and women. The report read: South Yorkshire Police is one of the few forces using polygraph testing for the management of all newly convicted or existing registered sex offenders and all suspects being investigated for the possession of indecent images. The Crown is proceeding with a dangerous offender application against a Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, man who pleaded guilty Thursday to his fourth and fifth sexual assaults, both against young girls. A 26-year-old Kirkwall man found guilty of sexual offences will serve eight months in prison, before being released on licence for the remainder of a 16-month sentence. A lie detector test 0, have your say, registered and suspected sex offenders in South Yorkshire are undergoing a series of lie detector tests to help investigations, a police report has revealed. South Yorkshire Police is only a handful of forces to use polygraph testing on registered sex offenders and anyone alleged to possess indecent images of children. September 2018 Sex predator raped victims in Wakefield before assaulting woman in front of child Dangerous sexual predator Carl Hartley. At the time, he was on probation after serving part of an 18-month sentence for fondling a girl at a Wal-Mart store in June 2008. Graham Findlay was convicted of five sexual offences which took place between January, 2004, and August, 2012, in Kirkwall. During that application, the court heard that alcohol abuse and violence were common in the Kudlaks' childhood home. Kudlak pleaded guilty to that assault and the one in the library.