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2C:40-3 Hazing; Aggravated Hazing

2C:40-3.  Hazing;  aggravated hazing
    a.  A person is guilty of hazing, a disorderly persons offense, if, in connection with initiation of applicants to or members of a student or fraternal organization, he knowingly or recklessly organizes, promotes, facilitates or engages in any conduct, other than competitive athletic events, which places or may place another person in danger of bodily injury.

    b.  A person is guilty of aggravated hazing, a crime of the fourth degree, if he commits an act prohibited in subsection a. which results in serious bodily injury to another person.

     L.1980, c. 169, s. 1, eff. Dec. 18, 1980.
2C:40-4.  Consent not available as defense to hazing
    Notwithstanding any other provision of Title 2C of the New Jersey Statutes to the contrary, consent shall not be available as a defense to a prosecution under this Act.

     L.1980, c. 169, s. 2, eff. Dec. 18, 1980.
2C:40-5.  Conduct constituting offense may be prosecuted under other provisions of Title 2C
    Conduct constituting an offense under this Act may, at the discretion of the  prosecuting attorney, be prosecuted under any other applicable provision of  Title 2C of the New Jersey Statutes.

18A:3-26.      Information on hazing included  
  3.     The bill of rights developed by the Attorney General pursuant to section 2 of P.L.1991, c.388 (C.18A:3-25) shall include information on the criminal penalties for hazing and aggravated hazing established pursuant to P.L.1980, c.169 (C.2C:40-3 et seq.).  

L.1991,c.388,s.3; amended 1994,c.48,s.41.  
18A:3-27.      Distribution  
   4.     Every public and independent institution of higher education within the State shall ensure that any student who participates in pledging activities at that institution receives a copy of the "Pledges Bill of Rights."  


18A:62-5.  Violence and hazing;  monitor of incidence;  uniform record-keeping system
    The Chancellor of Higher Education shall establish standards and promulgate  rules and regulations to monitor the incidence of violence and hazing in the  institutions of higher education in New Jersey and shall establish a uniform  record-keeping system for the purpose of gathering information pertaining to  such offenses.  As used in this act,  "violence" means any crime against  person or property which creates a risk of causing bodily harm.

     L.1982, c. 223, s. 1, eff. Dec. 30, 1982; per s.4, act to "remain in effect for a period of 3 years.
18A:62-6.  Report by employee;  filing;  forwarding of report and action taken to state department of higher education
    Any employee of an institution of higher education observing or having direct knowledge from a participant or victim of an act of violence or hazing shall, in accordance with standards established by the chancellor, file a report describing the incident to the chief executive officer of the institution in a manner prescribed by the chancellor, and a copy of the report shall be forwarded to the State Department of Higher Education.

    The chief executive officer of the institution shall notify the State Department of Higher Education of the incident and of the action taken regarding the incident.

     L.1982, c. 223, s. 2, eff. Dec. 30, 1982; per s.4, act to "remain in effect for a period of 3 years.
18A:62-7.  Annual report
    The Chancellor of Higher Education shall include in his annual report to the  Governor and the Legislature, pursuant to N.J.S. 18A:3-21, a section detailing  the extent of violence and hazing in the institutions of higher education,  explaining the measures being taken to counter the problem, and making  recommendations to alleviate the problem.

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