NJ Domestic Violence Offenders in 1 County Would Get Electronic Trackers Under Lisa’s Law

A bill that would establish a four-year pilot program in Ocean County to electronically monitor certain domestic violence offenders has advanced in the state Legislature.

The bill, S1385, sets aside $2.5 million for the program, which would electronically monitor domestic violence offenders convicted of contempt of a domestic violence restraining order.

The monitoring would only be ordered with the victim’s consent, according to the bill.

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