Sex Offender Registry
Starting next year, the Long Island-based group Parents for Megan’s Law will begin monitoring the online activities of Nassau County’s registered sex offenders.
New Jersey officials are working to make teenagers more aware of the dangers of sexting after a 15-year-old Dickinson High School student was accused of posting a video online of what’s described as an off-campus sex act with a 13-year-old girl.
Community leaders are angry, saying they only recently learned that more than ten registered sex offenders – including those convicted of molesting, raping and abusing minors – have moved into their tight-knit community on the ocean.
New Jersey teens caught sexting naked pictures to one another would no longer have to register as sex offenders under a bill advanced this week by a state Assembly committee.