3-10-08 - Sex Crime Justice Sex offender registration...

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3/10/08 Sex offender registration Classification of offenders Correctional supervision Completed sentence Offenders in the community Offenders in NJ Registration and community notification law RCNL Megan’s Law Who has to be registered? County prosecutor’s job What allows it to be retroactive? Because it was for public safety and not a punishment Maintaining the registry www.state.nj.us/lps/njsp Offenders that must register in New Jersey Sexual assault Sexual contact Endangering a child Attempt Managing the population
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Problems faced by Criminal Justice Harder to supervise sex offenders Avoiding relapse Public intolerance Criminal Justice working together Police In charge of notifying public Probation Average of 200 cases each Parole Make sure offender is going to treatments Make sure employed Make sure living at right address Treatment
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CRJ 327 taught by Professor Desire during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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