but after it became apparent that Rozmiarek wasn't going to travel to New York, we knew we had to contact local law enforcement in his area.We contacted the Beverly Police Department in Massachusetts and gave them our evidence so they could launch whatever investigation they felt appropriate.To illustrate that, this isn't just a note about our 600th conviction, but rather that we're shooting beyond 600 with two convictions scheduled to be posted each week until mid-June. We've been getting convictions now since our first... If you'd like to help us push towards 700, swing by our forums and say hello on our discord.We're taking volunteers for every position, from chat contributor to content creator to phone verifier and all that jazz.We've revamped our communications a bit to be more newer volunteer friendly, so swing on by and help us get to 700 convictions.Normally whenever we post a chat log on our website, it is of a person that has been convicted in their state.In April 2016 we've hit a new milestone, that of conviction number 600! On average, 50 convictions a year for twelve years now.
In November 2015, while we were working an area in rural New York for the purposes of getting some arrests, Edward hit up one of our decoys using the screenname "a Great Guy." For the next few weeks, he slowly worked at befriending our 13 year old decoy, before moving on to talk of a sexual nature.However, due to the distance and Edward's paranoia, he was unwilling to make the trip over to New York.This meant our contact there was unable to arrest him, due to Edward living in Massachusetts.During the conversation, Rozmiarek made no attempt to hide his profession, openly and honestly talking about his job as a principal.
In most cases doing decoy work, we often feel like we can take months and months to hold conversations...They worked with the district employing Rozmiarek to ensure he would no longer be working there and then searched his house.