In an attempt to help track down parents who walk out on their families, the government of Ontario, Canada, has launched a new website designed to enlist the public’s help in tracking down dead beat parents. Good Parents Pay is very similar to the FBI most wanted list, except in this case it displays the 20-25 most wanted dead beat fathers and mothers who are still at large. From the article
“Good parents pay child support. For those who don’t, we want to make things very clear: we will find you and we will make sure your children get the support they deserve,” said Minister of Community and Social Services Madeleine Meilleur in a news release Monday.
Each profile on the site features a parents name, physical description, last known location, occupation, and of course a headshot photograph. Readers of the site can submit tips anonymously in an effort to help track down the offenders. Currently, the Ontario Family Responsibility Office has more than 180,000 active cases of deadbeat parents which totals more than $1 billion in owing child support.
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