Effectiveness management offender program sexual treatment
The most common treatment is cognitive-behavioral sex-offender treatment provided by private, hospital, and university clinics that work in concert with the criminal justice system. Since they do not make a distinction between minor-attracted adults and sex offenders, they treat all minor-attracted adults as offenders. Their goal is to prevent sexual re-offending, rather than to change sexual attraction or to promote the development of mental health. However, most treatment programs attempt to reduce or eliminate sexual attraction to minors based on findings that some but not all sex offenders against minors are preferentially attracted to them.
The effectiveness of treatment for sexual offenders: A comprehensive meta-analysis
Center for Sex Offender Management- CSOM
This article is from Volume 5, Issue 1 of Forensic Scholars Today, a quarterly publication featuring topics from the world of forensic mental health. Click to view or save a PDF of this article. The literature pertaining to characteristics, patterns, and the treatment needs of juveniles who have committed a sexual offense has come a long way since its inception many years ago; however, there continues to be much to learn. Pierre, Compared to what we now know about adults who have committed sexual offenses, what we know about juveniles pales in comparison.
Current Practices in Canadian Sexual Abuser Treatment Programs: The Safer Society 2009 Survey
Furby, M. Weinroth, and L. Although the primary purpose of this study was to try and determine the actual recidivism of people who are involved in sex crimes what it secondarily discovered was the effectiveness of treatment programs or lack thereof I should say in reducing recidivism..
All of this highlights that the successful community management of juvenile sex offenders—and the responsibilities that go along with it—cannot rest solely on the shoulders of supervision officers. As we mentioned in the Introduction section, multidisciplinary collaboration is critical for juvenile sex offender management—particularly in the context of community supervision. For those of you who are supervision officers, who might be some of your collaborative partners?