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Vol 23 No 2 Feb/March 2018

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Sex Offenders in the Community

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Amanda MatraversInstitute of Criminology, University of Cambridge

ISBN13: 9781843920151
ISBN: 1843920158
Published: June 2005
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00

This title explores current criminal justice responses to the management of individuals who are convicted of sexual offences. It aims to help policy-makers, practitioners and students to develop an informed position on this complex and increasingly controversial issue. Although the focus is primarily upon the UK context, contributions from North America (USA and Canada) provide an important comparative perspective.

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Preface Part 1 Context 1 Sex offender management in context (Amanda Matravers, University of Cambridge) 2 Sex crimes and histories (Keith Soothill, Lancaster University) 3 The legislative context (Cathy Cobley, Cardiff University) 4 Information disclosure and human rights (Helen Power, University of Glamorgan) 5 Risk penality and community notification (Hazel Kemshall, De Montfort University, and Mike Maguire, Cardiff University) Part 2 Treatment 6 Interpreting treatment performance (Michael Seto, Center for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto) 7 Manipulative sex offenders (David Thornton, Sand Ridge Treatment Center, Mauston, Wisconsin) 8 The role of the polygraph (Don Grubin, Royal Victoria Hospital, Newcastle-uon-Tyne) 9 Adolescents who sexually abuse (Rowland Coombes) Part 3 Management 10 Developing multi-agency protection arrangements (Tim Bryan and Paddy Doyle, National Probation Directorate) 11 Multi-agency protection panels (Roxanne Lieb, Washington State Institute for Public Policy, USA) 12 Challenges for the police (Terence Grange, Chief Constable, Dyfed Powys Police) 13 Responsible risk management (Amanda Matravers, University of Cambridge) Index