Ottawa Police Service
For Immediate Release: 30/06/2005

Violent Domestic Offender Released to Ottawa - Jean Guy Tremblay

Pursuant to the Community Safety Act, the Ottawa Police 
Service is advising the community at large of the release 
of Jean Guy Tremblay on June 30, 2005.     

Jean Guy Tremblay (aliases: Joseph Maurice Tremblay, John 
Mandanichi) was released from Bowden Institution in Alberta 
at the end of his sentence. He will be supervised by the 
Ottawa Parole Office at a halfway house as he begins his 10 
year Long Term Supervision Order. 

Mr. Tremblay’s Long Term Supervision Order conditions are:
-  Must follow psychological counseling
-  Residency at a community correctional centre/community 
residential facility for 90 days
-  Avoid any contact with victims or their families
-  Must report any relationships entered into with females 
to his supervisor

  Background:  On August 3, 2000, Tremblay was convicted of 
Assault Cause Bodily Harm, Criminal Harassment, Forcible 
Confinement (x2), Assault and Uttering Threats. 

Tremblay did not seek nor did he receive treatment or 
counseling during his custodial sentence. He has maintained 
an un-cooperative stance with Corrections Canada and 
police. As a result, he is considered a high risk to re-

Tremblay’s known criminal past has centered on violence 
towards women.  He meets them through casual encounters or 
acquaintances and typically lies about his personal details 
in order to draw her into some form of relationship.  He 
then becomes controlling, abusive and violent to these 

Jean Guy Tremblay

CONTACT PERSONS: Sgt. Paul Heffler High Risk Offender Unit Tel: 236-1222 ext: 2552 Pager: 788-1217 S/Sgt. Monique Ackland Media Relations Tel: 236-1222 ext: 5366 Holly Knowles A/Communications Manager Correctional Service of Canada Regional Headquaters, Kingston, Ontario (613) 545-8210 (613)328-0363 (cell)