She was raped and killed by Jesse. A notification advisory council is established to consult with and provide recommendations to the Attorney General concerning the guidelines to be promulgated pursuant to section 3 of this act. Who is required to register? Kidnapping if the victim is a minor and the offender is not a parent of the victim - N.
Legislative findings The Legislature finds and declares that the public safety will be enhanced by making information about certain sex offenders contained in the sex offender central registry established pursuant to section 4 of P. Information is available on the Internet.
State of NJ Web site.
The Attorney General's Office, in consultation with a special member council, has provided county prosecutors, who must make that evaluation, with the factors to be used in determining the level of risk posed by the sex offender.
Records maintained pursuant to this act shall be open to any law enforcement agency in this State, the United States or any other state. See " Prohibitions on Misuse of Registry Information " below. Read about Megan's Law. A first step in the process of assessing and accessing resources in one's community is to determine what to ask and to whom to address these questions.
How will I be informed? 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 individual is able to provide communities with information about the criminal justice system, victim's rights and victim services.
Understand that safely supervising sex offenders in communities is complex. This is not to place community members in a supervisory role, but to empower citizens to participate in community safety planning and to support the creation of an environment in which the offender is most likely to succeed without risk of reoffense.
These services are usually accessed through the yellow pages, the department of social services, women's organizations or local information lines. The Internet registry is continually updated with information about additional registrants added as court orders are issued authorizing Internet disclosure about those individuals.
The specific offenses for which registration is required can be found in New Jersey Code at 2C Nothing in this act shall be deemed to impose any liability upon or to give rise to a cause of action against any public official, public employee, or public agency for failing to release information as authorized in subsection d.