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Forensic Management of Sexual Offenders

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Robert Alan PrentkyJustice Resource Institute, Massachusetts Treatment Center, USA, Ann Wolbert BurgessUniversity of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Philadelphia, USA

ISBN13: 9780306462788
ISBN: 0306462788
Published: June 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This text reviews the major advances that have taken place since 1980 in the management of human sexual aggression. This work is intended to reflect what is known and what is not known about the most effective management practices and strategies for sexual offenders. It includes complete discussions of classification, assessment, and prediction. In addition, major controversies in the field are addressed with the goal of separating supposition from fact and myth from reality. By employing an empirical litmus test throughout, the authors are able to identify what is known; what are sound, yet empirically based, hunches; what is speculation; and what lies strictly in the realm of mythology. Written by a forensic psychologist and a forensic nurse, the book offers a unique dual perspective. With over 1400 references, this represents a source of every facet of the management and disposition of known sex offenders.

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Preface. Acknowledgments.
1. Incidence and Prevalence.
2. Victim Impact.
3. Diagnosis and Classification.
4. Assessment.
5. Prediction.
6. Legal Responses to Sexual Violence.
7. Forensic Evidence.
8. Remediation.
9. Special Topics. Appendix: Risk Assessment Instruments. References. Index.