4 edition of Assessing the risk of sexual offenders on community supervision found in the catalog.
Assessing the risk of sexual offenders on community supervision
R. Karl Hanson
|Other titles||Évaluation du risque chez les délinquants sexuels soumis à une surveillance dans la collectivité :|
|Statement||R. Karl Hanson ... [et al.].|
|Series||Corrections research, user report -- 2007-05|
|Contributions||Hanson, R. Karl 1957-, Canada. Public Safety Canada.|
|LC Classifications||HV6594.4.C2 H36 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 53, 55, iii p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||2007531841|
Assessing Sex Offenders: Problems and Pitfalls is a recent addition to the debate. Authored by forensic psychologist Terrence W. Campbell, PhD, the book provides an overview of the various risk instruments and methods used to evaluate sex offenders. The author's objective is to assist attorneys who defend sex offenders facing SVP by: Assessment, Treatment, and Supervision of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Problematic Sexual Behaviors 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Professionals providing treatment, supervision, and management to adult persons who have sexually offended recognize the unique needs of those individuals who have concomitant intellectual disabilitiesFile Size: KB.
The Stages of Accomplishment workbooks, Second Edition, are now published by Safer Society Press, and available in October or November, Stages is made up of four inter-related workbooks that assist in the treatment of sexually abusive youth or adolescents who have shown other sexually troubled behavior. Building from simpler ideas to more complex and richer concepts, the workbooks take. Actuarial Assessment of Recidivism in Sex Offenders. Rapid Risk Assessment of Sexual Recidivism (RRASOR): The RRASOR is a brief instrument used to screen for risk of sexual recidivism among males who have been convicted of at least one sexual offense. It relies on information obtained in files and has been tested on many populations.
Parole- Community Risk Assessment and Supervision of Offenders Revised: 03/31/ Page 4 of 21 b. Parole agents are not required to complete Community Risk/Needs Reassessments on parolees who have absconded from supervision and/or when a warrant has been issued for their arrest by the Executive Director. Size: KB. Training Description Sexual recidivism risk assessments are increasingly required in all aspects of behavioral health and correctional decision-making. This ATSA Master Class will provide an introduction to the assessment and communication of sexual recidivism risk with a strong emphasis on the evidence-based underpinnings of current practice recommendations.
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The current study aimed to advance risk assessment for sexual offenders by identifying the dynamic risk factors for sexual offenders on community supervision, and by presenting a method by which static, stable and acute factors can be combined into an overall evaluation of risk.
The distribution of risk levels were as follows: 1 percent very low-risk, 11 percent low-risk, 37 percent medium-risk, 38 percent high-risk and 13 percent very high-risk.
The cut scores for these risk levels are based on a sample of more thanoffenders, both in the community and in correctional institutions across North America. Get this from a library. Assessing the risk of sexual offenders on community supervision: the dynamic supervision project.
[R Karl Hanson; Canada. Public Safety Canada.]. The Dynamic Supervision Project began by constructing a method of assessing static, stable and acute risk factors, which was then taught to community supervision officers.
Subsequently, officers used these assessment procedures during the routine supervision of the sexual offenders. Hanson, RK, Harris, AJR, Scott, T et al () Assessing the Risk of Sexual Offenders on Community Supervision: The Dynamic Supervision Project.
User Report – Department of the Solicitor General of by: 3. In this prospective study, Canadian community supervision officers were trained to assess the risk factors and criminogenic needs of adult male sexual offenders using structured risk tools.
A handy resource for forensic practitioners responsible for assessing and managing sexual offenders at risk of recidivism. Improving the Community Supervision of Sexual Offenders. Research Summary: Corrections Research and Development, 6(4). Solicitor General Canada, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada: Harris, A.
High-Risk Offenders: A Handbook for. Supervision of the Sex Offender. Community Management, Risk Assessment, and Treatment.
by Georgia F. Cumming & Robert J. McGrath. Expanded and thoroughly updated, the second edition of Supervision of the Sex Offender offers a wealth of practical advice. Structured risk assessments are more reliable and valid than unstructured professional judgements, and are widely used with sexual offenders.
This chapter focuses on STABLE‐ and ACUTE‐ STABLE‐ and ACUTE‐ were developed to address the dynamic risk factors of sexual offenders on community by: 3. Assessing the Risk of Sexual Offenders on Community Supervision: The Dynamic Supervision Project, Karl Hanson, et al Public Safety Canada Risk Assessment This project was conducted by parole and probation officers on sexual offenders in 16 jurisdictions in Canada and 2 American states (Iowa and Alaska) for risk assessment methodologies.
The Use of the Polygraph in Assessing, Treating and Supervising Sex Offenders presents an in-depth examination of the contribution that polygraph testing can make to offender treatment programmes, with a particular focus on sexual offenders. Features coverage of a very timely issue – the British Psychological Society has convened a working party to assess the contribution of the polygraph Format: Paperback.
Beech AR, Ward T. The integration of etiology and risk in sexual offenders: A theoretical framework. Aggression and Violent Behavior. ; 10 (1)– Blacker J, Beech AR, Wilcox DT, Boer DP.
The assessment of dynamic risk and recidivism in a sample of special needs sexual offenders. Psychology, Crime & Law. ; – Reviews "Violent and Sexual Offenders offers the reader confirmation of evidence-based practices that have been utilized for some time, as well as developments in assessing and managing risks amongst unique cohorts of cing options, offender registration and the role of technology to promote community safety assist in providing a broader context than the traditional approach to.
Book Description. This major new book brings together leading researchers in the field in order to describe and analyse internationally significant theoretical and empirical work on offender supervision, and to address the policy and practice implications of this work within and across jurisdictions.
"Within this book, Beech and his colleagues have set out to provide a comprehensive body of knowledge for professionals with a remit for assessing and treating sex offenders.9 This aim has been meticulously developed and it offers a scholarly, though accessible resource of great value within this field.9 For its breadth and thoroughness in achieving this objective, I commend it highly."/5(10).
Training Description Assessing sexual recidivism risk in adolescents provides important direction for intervention and supervision efforts. However, there are a number of significant challenges and potential dangers involved. This ATSA Master Class will provide an overview of the most critical issues impacting sexual recidivism risk assessments for adolescents.
Training Description Evidence-based practices for the assessment, management, and monitoring of adult sexual offenders are constantly evolving and improving.
This ATSA Master Class will examine leading international approaches to reentry and community management, with special attention paid to methods of increasing the efficacy of such programs. The risk assessment tools described in this Guide are NOT appropriate for identifying risk for sexual offending.
Sexual violence and offending is a different category that requires a psychological evaluation or more specialized risk assess-ment tools. Risk assessments are NOT mental health assessments.
Risk assessment tools were not designed to. This handbook is to be considered a resource book for individualized supervision of sex offenders. Conditions related to other areas of risk or need – such as court obligations, alcohol/drug abuse, etc.
are not within the scope of this document. It is anticipated that over time new conditions shall be developed, and/or existing conditions. Treatment of sexual offenders has evolved substantially over the years; various theoretical and practice models of treatment been developed, modified, refined, and proposed over time.
The predominant current recommended approach, supported by research, adheres to specific principles of effective correctional intervention, follows a cognitive-behavioral, skills-based orientation, and explicitly Cited by: Abstract. The decade of the nineties ushered in an unprecedented number of state and federal laws intended to manage sexual offenders.
Among the most controversial are the so-called sexually violent person (hereinafter SVP) laws - schemes that use civil commitment to supplement criminal sentences in order to incapacitate the most dangerous sex by: This book will be of considerable interest to academics, practitioners, and students engaged with understanding and/or treating violence and aggression, sex crime, forensic psychology, and the assessment, treatment, and management of by: