This area highlights interventions and approaches for working with sexual violence offenders, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive and collaborative approach to manage offenders' behaviors and ensure their safe integration within communities. Resources addressing risk, assessment, management, treatment, and supervision are included.
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This report discusses research and knowledge on sexual abusers and sex offenders, including the history of public knowledge around child sexual abuse. It includes information on preventing child sexual abuse through evidence-based and community informed sex offender policy.
This brief report on Strickland’s study, the largest of its kind, surveyed 130 incarcerated females 60 of which were sex offenders - and examined factors such as childhood trauma, substance abuse, emotional neediness and personality disorders.
This fact sheet offers information about female adolescent sex offenders based on the limited research that is available. The information provided includes characteristics of this population as well as assessment and treatment issues.
The author of this article discusses how researchers have developed "typologies" of sex offenders and have focused on describing characteristics of adult and adolescent sex offender, both males and females.
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