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New Jersey is the first state in the country to set up requirements for sex offenders. She was raped and killed by Jesse. Timmendequas, a 2-time convicted sex offender. Jesse Timmendequas was remanded to Death Row, where he ramained until December At that time, the New Jersey Legislature abolished the state's death penalty. Timmendequas's sentence was commuted to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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New Jersey State Police - NJ Sex Offender Internet Registry

The Megan's Law sex offender registration and community notification provisions were signed into law on October 31, chapters and of Public Laws of These provisions are set forth in New Jersey law at N. The law establishing the Megan's Law sex offender Internet registry was signed on July 23, chapter of Public Laws of The provisions of the Internet registry law are set forth in New Jersey law at N. The provisions of both laws are reproduced in their entirety below:. The danger of recidivism posed by sex offenders and offenders who commit other predatory acts against children, and the dangers posed by persons who prey on others as a result of mental illness, require a system of registration that will permit law enforcement officials to identify and alert the public when necessary for the public safety.

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It can be useful data for parents any time of the year, especially when their children may not be supervised. But a few words of caution: As State Police warn, it's not a full listing of every person who has ever committed any sex offense. The registry includes people determined to pose a high risk of re-offense classified as tier 3 or a moderate risk tier 2. People on the lowest tier, not included in the registry, are generally those who haven't been violent, didn't have substantial criminal activities are are judged to pose a low risk to the community.
Read about Megan's Law. Important Information for Sex Offenders. 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.