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Conditional Release and Sex Offenders

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Danielle Bird

on 21 June 2011

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Transcript of Conditional Release and Sex Offenders

Conditional Release
and
Sex Offenders Road Map Sex Offences Risk Assessment National Sex Offender
Registry Recidivism Rates Programs Conclusions Who is classified as a sexual offender?? *An offender who has committed
an act that is sexual in nature Examples:
Sexual Assault Child Pornography
Child Exploitation Sexual Harrassment
Statutory Rape Conditional
Release Definition The release of an offender from prison back
into the community with conditions that
bar him or her from certain activities or
associations. Types Categories Full parole
Day parole
8-10 Recognitions order Treatment oriented
Control oriented
Punishment oriented
Restorative oriented Throughout their Criminal Justice System
process, sex offenders are evaluated on
multiple factors Psychological evaluation
Participation in programs
Institutional behaviour
Criminogenic needs
Cognitive distortions The goal of the National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) is: not to punish or rehabilitate, but to increase public safety by assisting the Criminal Justice System with managing
the risk of offenders Helps police have rapid access to information on sex offenders Once placed on the registry, an offender must report to a
local police detachment once a year and: Generally low, with most of them
being non sexual offences Most offenders do not have lengthy criminal
records, nor do they have moderate or
severe substance abuse problems
(Alexander, 2010) Residence in pro-social neighbourhoods Accountability through victim-offender mediation Community based programs Strong assessment at admittance Gradual and structured release What Works? Elena Dvorokovskaya
Tegan Underhill
Mark Kunz
Danielle Bird Example:
Paul Callow Update address
Update work/educational info
Update photo
Notify when away for 7 or more days X
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