Felony and misdemeanor conviction offenses by degree of persons who are or have been under the jurisdiction of the New Jersey Court system. Prior to that time, this information was available only to law enforcement or if a citizen did an individual public court record search.
This means that a one-time offender, who molests a child family member, and who successfully completes probation, could potentially be excluded from the public website by operation of law.
If found to be an SVP following a trial, the former prison inmate is involuntarily committed to the Department of State Hospitals for an indeterminate term. State parole sends letters to the local law enforcement when someone is released off of parole.
So, while stranger-danger is real, these heart-wrenching assaults are more likely to come from those we least expect to harm our children.
If you are concerned that a person is working in an area which threatens public safety, report that to law enforcement so that they can investigate and alert employers, if necessary. Data is not warranted to be thorough, only limited case detail provided by this database.
These are primarily statutory rape-type crimes. Can offenders be around schools or volunteer to work with children?
Current and historical felony and misdemeanor records of individuals who are or have been under the jurisdiction of the Alaska Court system. Offender numbers relate to specific offenses; therefore, an individual may have multiple offender numbers. Why aren't these offenders in prison for life?
Can offenders be around schools or volunteer to work with children?