The registry is not a complete and comprehensive listing of every person who has ever committed any sex offense in New Jersey, nor does it make information about every sex offender living in New Jersey available on the Internet. The information about moderate and high risk sex offenders which is authorized for disclosure in this web site includes: the offender's name and address, any aliases used by the offender; any Megan's Law sex offenses committed by the offender, including a brief description and the date and location of disposition of any such offense; a general description of the offender's modus operandi, if any; the determination of whether the risk of re-offense by the offender is moderate or high; the offender's age, race, sex, date of birth, height, weight, hair, eye color and any distinguishing scars or tattoos; a photograph of the offender and the date on which the photograph was entered into the registry; and the make, model, color, year and license plate number of any vehicle operated by the offender.
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According to authorities, the Operation began with approximately two months of preparatory investigative work and was initiated last Tuesday, continuing through Friday. The information may also be subject to change and re-verification.
But sometimes it's the offender's failure to check in that sends up a red flag. Under New Jersey law, before community notification takes place, offenders receive a final classification order from the court following the opportunity for a hearing. All were charged with failure to register a new address, re-register with law enforcement, or notify law enforcement of an address change, all third-degree crimes commonly punishable by 3 to 5 years in prison.
State of NJ Web site. This information is being made available on the Internet to facilitate public access to information about persons who have committed a sex offense, to enable you to take appropriate precautions to protect yourself and those in your care from possible harm.
This is lower than the national average of In accordance with New Jersey law, individuals who have been convicted, adjudicated delinquent or found not guilty by reason of insanity for a sex offense must register under New Jersey's Megan's Law. Murphy: 'Take the Damn Call'; Gov. We ask that you try a few minutes apart if you have a problem gaining access.
Non-compliance is, itself, a third-degree crime — and as such can include a prison sentence of between three and five years as well as fines. But officials in New Jersey have plenty of resources through the federal government as well.