Combat recidivism and sexual violence posed by sex offenders based on management and treatment best-practices. Learn how treatment, supervision, law enforcement, and the community at large can increase the offender’s chances of a pro-social non-offending lifestyle. Explore response strategies for adults and juveniles who commit sexual offenses.
What you will learn:
Understand sex offender registration and community notification
Consider what constitutes a sex offense along with how typologies can help assess high risk vs. low risk offenders
Recognize victim impact and the role of the victim advocate coupled with how to incorporate a victim centered approach and balancing offender risk
Assess offense related statistics and dynamic risk factors
Apply examples of individualized treatment and supervision plans