Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)

Certain crimes and offenders are ineligible for ISP:
Where defendant is serving a sentence for second degree unlawful possession of a hand or machine gun or other assault weapon

Where the defendant is serving time for a conviciton for a 1st degree crime.

Defendant has been released within the last 5 years for a prior 1st degree crime;

Where defendant is involved in organized crime

Any other mandated parole ineligibility imposed by statute or by court

No Early Release Act (NERA)

Must serve 85% of sentence before parole eligibility if committed: (COUNTS FOR ATTEMPT too)


Aggravated Manslughter / Manslaughter

Vehicular Homicide

Aggravated Assault

Disarming a law Enforcement Officer


Aggravated Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault



Aggravated Arson



Booby Trapping Drug Dens


Child Endangerment 


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