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Are there offenses or circumstances that would make me ineligible for ISP?

Question and Answer

Are there offenses or circumstances that would make me ineligible for ISP?

Yes. The following offenses and circumstances make you ineligible for the ISP program:

• criminal homicide
• robbery
• certain sexual offenses*
• bribery and corrupt influence (including conspiracy or attempt)
• misconduct in office/abuse in office (including conspiracy or attempt)
• immigration detainer
• not a resident of New Jersey
• not a state inmate
• certain drug court violations*
• organized crime*
• current or past conviction for a first-degree crime
• certain weapons offenses*
• other good cause as found by the ISP Judicial Panel or ISP Program

*Note: Not all sexual offenses, drug court violations, organized crime offenses and weapons offenses are excluded from eligibility. If you have been convicted of one of those offenses and are interested in ISP, you should apply.