Assessing and Treating Sexual Offenders This workshop will focus on current research and issues related to sex offender assessment and treatment. Risk assessment, in particular, has changed in the last two years. Revisions to Static99 introduced in the fall of have highlighted the issue of risk in older offenders. This workshop will discuss these changes along with a discussion of the exceptions to the general trend of reduced offending in older offenders, i.
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Join us to learn about tools, techniques and information vital to monitoring sex offenders and combatting sexual assault and child sexual abuse. Take advantage of this opportunity to network with sex offender registry personnel, law enforcement and prosecutors working in these areas across the country. Hosted by the Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking, the symposium will support state, local and tribal partners' initiatives and efforts to prevent and respond to sexual offenses. About The National Symposium on Sex Offender Management and Accountability will bring together law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, registry personnel and other community stakeholders from states, territories and Indian Country across the U.
This comprehensive set of curricula that can be used by probation and parole staff, treatment providers, victim advocates, law enforcement personnel, judges, prosecutors, and justice system educators to plan and develop their own live training events on a variety of specific issues related to sex offender management. Topics include:. This recently updated special collection explores the complex experiences and needs of immigrant survivors of domestic violence and includes resources to support their path to safety and justice. Sport has the power to be part of the solution to domestic and sexual violence.