New Jersey law authorizes the Division of State Police to make available to the public over the Internet information about certain sex offenders required to register under Megan's Law. They must undergo specific evaluations to make sure they are fit to be back into the society.
Many states have age limits for their notification laws, typically 14 or 15, or apply them only to those convicted in adult court. Now, she said, the family fears that if offenders' names are accessible on a Web site, the boy's chance of a normal life will be threatened and people will know his sister was the victim.
At the request of Senator Peter A.
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Superintendent's Office. There are 5, registered sex offenders in New Jersey. Aggravated criminal sexual contact - N. The unit conducted approximately tier hearings in , and opened 91 new files.