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For Tier I offenders, the County Prosecutor must: 1) notify law enforcement agencies likely to encounter the offender.

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The Township Council adopts and incorporates by reference the system of classification of convicted sex offenders authorized by the RCNL and more completely defined by The Attorney General Guidelines for Law Enforcement for the Implementation of Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws created and promulgated by John J. 2C:7-2 et seq., and who is or should be classified as a Tier Two or Tier Three convicted sex offender under the provisions of The Attorney General Guidelines for Law Enforcement for the Implementation of Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws.

Farmer, Jr., Attorney General of the State of New Jersey, March 2000. The place where a convicted sex offender sleeps, which may include more than one location and includes mobile facilities of whatever nature and transitory facilities, including but not limited to hotels, motels, rooming houses, and group homes.

A person who has been convicted of a criminal offense against a minor, or an aggravated offense, sexually violent offense, or other relevant offense that involves a minor, as set forth at the RCNL, N. For purposes of this chapter, the following phrases or words are described to comply with provisions of the RCNL and the provisions of The Attorney General Guidelines described hereinbefore.

In these circumstances, the Prosecutor is required to: 1) notify local law enforcement agencies likely to encounter the offender; 2) notify at least those community organizations, agencies and groups which have properly registered with the Prosecutor's office and are likely to encounter the offender; 3) notify all local educational institutions, licensed day-care centers and summer camps which are likely to encounter the offender; and 4) notify members of the public likely to encounter the offender.

The purposes of this chapter include protection of families living in Mount Laurel Township, protection of children living in Mount Laurel Township, protection of children who are in Mount Laurel Township for any type of education and/or day-care program, protection of children pursuing any quality of recreation, either on or in public property or private property and the protection of children who are passing through the Township of Mount Laurel and/or staying with parents or other appropriate guardian at one of the Township's many hotels/motels.

The provisions of this chapter are applicable to all convicted sex offenders that have met or are qualified to meet the criteria for classification as Tier Two or Tier Three offenders as those terms are utilized within the law, including The Attorney General Guidelines for Law Enforcement for the Implementation of Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws.

The definitions or descriptions of the tier system established by law are as follows and are made a part hereof.

Any divergence in the text hereof and in The Attorney General Guidelines for Law Enforcement for the Implementation of Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws shall be resolved by following the descriptions or definitions within the attorney general's guidelines.

Tier I is the most inclusive classification and therefore the broadest and most encompassing of convicted sex offenders where there is a required notification to law enforcement.

This Tier I consists of those persons that the County Prosecutor finds that the risk of reoffense is low.