Crown prosecutor Karen Lee Lamrock had asked for five to seven years in prison while defence lawyer Maurice Blanchard requested four years. Like many jurisdictions, Alberta also has a hard time conducting compliance checks. Although each offender is required to register every year and every time they move, the task force tries to conduct random door knocks at least once a year, ensuring that offenders are actually living where they say they are. It is a database maintained by the RCMP that provides Canadian police services with important information that will improve their ability to investigate and prevent crimes of a sexual nature. Police were trying to find those responsible for trading sex-abuse images as part of a peer-to-peer file sharing network online. Ottawa, he said, is going to build its own registry. Between May and September , Ward sent compliance check requests to various detachments across the province. The latest statistics reveal that of anywhere in Canada, Quebec has the highest rate of non-compliance. The user was going by the nickname Sam Spade, but police later learned it was Stewart. On March 23, they executed a search warrant on his residence and he admitted they would find child pornography. That must be done separately—on a Rolodex, for example, or on a wall calendar. But the RCMP refuses to release their names to the public—for privacy reasons. Of the 27 address verifications conducted in Halifax in September, six were incorrect. Douglas Hugh Stewart, 52, was sentenced by Moncton provincial court Judge Anne Dugas-Horsman, after earlier pleading guilty to possessing, accessing and distributing child pornography. The collection of images and videos was so large it overwhelmed the RCMP's computer storage ability in Fredericton and filled its servers.