Sex offenders in camden nj
Moreover, since the creation of the Sex Offender Internet Registry, the unit has posted 533 offenders on the Internet.
The Assistant Prosecutor determines the risk posed by the convicted sex offenders and presents evidence at court hearings for initial and amended Megan’s Law notifications.
The assistant prosecutor determines the scope of community notification and if Internet publication is appropriate.
The Assistant Prosecutor reviews investigations in instances of individuals who are not in compliance with Megan’s Law registration requirements, and, when appropriate, indicts and prosecutes those individuals.
The unit works with designated New Jersey State Parole Officers to investigate and prosecute violations of Community and Parole Supervision for Life requirements and GPS violations.
The unit’s investigators oversee sex offender registration and processes re-registrations from all Camden County municipalities and the Human Services Police.
The investigators and local police departments coordinate community notifications.
In 2012, the investigators conducted 10 door-to-door (Tier III) community notifications and 120 individual Tier II notifications in Camden County.