[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Glassboro 2-9-1971 by Ord. No. 3-71 as Ch. 57 of the 1971 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Every person who, within 10 years prior to the effective date of this chapter, has been convicted of a misdemeanor or high misdemeanor under the laws of the State of New Jersey or of a felony under the laws of the United States, or has violated any national or state law relating to the possession, sale or transportation of any narcotic, and who is residing in the Borough of Glassboro on the effective date of this chapter or who comes into the Borough from any point outside the Borough, whether in transit through the Borough or otherwise, shall report to the Chief of Police of the Borough within five days of the effective date of this chapter if residing in the Borough on said effective date, or within 48 hours after his arrival within the Borough if coming into the Borough after said effective date, and shall furnish to the Chief of Police a written statement signed by such person and validated by his oath or affirmation, giving the following information:
His true name and all aliases which he has used or under which he may have been known.
A full and complete description of his person.
The kind, character and nature of each crime of which he has been convicted.
The place where such crime was or crimes were committed and the place of conviction of the same.
The name under which he was convicted in each instance and the date thereof.
The name, if any, and the location of each prison, reformatory, jail or other penal institution in which he was confined or to which he was sentenced.
The location and address of his residence, stopping place, living quarters or place of abode in the Borough; if he has more than one residence, stopping place or place of abode, that fact must be stated and the location and address of each given.
A statement of the kind of residence, stopping place or place of abode in which he resides, whether the same is temporary or permanent, i.e., whether the same is a private residence, hotel, apartment house or other building or structure.
The length of time he has occupied each such place or residence, stopping place or place of abode and the length of time he expects or intends to remain in the Borough.
Such other information as the Chief of Police shall find reasonably necessary to carry out the intent of this section.
Editor's Note: This chapter was originally adopted 10-24-1967 by Ord. No. 392.
This chapter shall not be construed to apply to any person who has received a full pardon for each crime of which he shall have been convicted.
At the time for furnishing such information as required above, the person registering shall be photographed and fingerprinted by the Chief of Police, and photographs and fingerprints shall be made a part of the permanent record herein provided for.
It shall be unlawful for any person required by any provision of this chapter to furnish any such report, to furnish in such report any false or fictitious address or any address other than a true address or intended address, or to furnish, in making any such report, any false, untrue or misleading information or statement relating to any information required by any provision of this chapter to be made or furnished.
The statements herein required shall at all times be kept by the Chief of Police in a file or files separate and apart from other files and records maintained and kept by the Police Department of the Borough and shall not be open to inspection by the public or by any person other than a regular member of the Police Department of the Borough.
The Chief of Police shall have the authority to transmit copies of records required herein to the sheriff of any county of the state, to the head of any organized police department of any municipality in the state, or to the head of any department of the state engaged in the enforcement of any criminal law of this state, or to the head of any federal law enforcement agency, or to any sheriff or chief of police of a municipality or to the head of any other law enforcement agency of any state in any state or territory outside of the state, when request is made in writing by such sheriff or other head of a law enforcement agency asking for the record of a certain person named therein and stating that such record is deemed necessary for the use of such law enforcement officer or agency for the investigation of any crime or any person who is accused of committing a crime, or any crime which is reported to have been committed, and further stating that the record will be used only for such purpose.
It shall be unlawful for any police officer or employee of the Police Department to disclose to any person any information contained in a statement required hereunder.
Any person violating any of the terms of this chapter shall be subject to a fine of $200 or imprisonment in the county jail for a term not exceeding 90 days, or both, in the discretion of the Judge before whom such conviction is had.