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Published by Public Safety Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sex offenders -- Rehabilitation -- Evaluation,
  • Sex offenders -- Treatment -- Evaluation

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesRecherche sur l"efficacité des programmes de traitement pour délinquants sexuels :
StatementCollaborative Outcome Data Committee.
SeriesCorrections research, user report -- 2007-02
ContributionsCollaborative Outcome Data Committee.
The Physical Object
Paginationv. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21589556M
ISBN 109780662697053

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to five years. Studies suggest that rates of non-sexual recidivism are generally higher ( 50%). If findings from future treatment outcome studies on juvenile sex offenders parallel those on adult offenses, sexual recidivism rates will be higher in individuals who fail to 9 successfully complete Size: KB. Get this from a library! Sexual offender treatment outcome research: CODC guidelines for evaluation. Part 1, Introduction and overview.. [Canada. Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada.;]. First report of the collaborative outcome data project on the effectiveness of psychological treatment for sex offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 14, Marques, J. K. (). How to answer the question, “Does sex offender treatment work?” Journal of .   The good lives approach is not described in detail in this book (see Ward T, Stewart CA: Profess Psychol Res Pract –60, ), but is discussed in Ward and Dawn Fisher's chapter on “New Ideas in the Treatment of Sexual Offenders,” which begins the section on treatment, as one of the more promising developments in the approach to sex Author: Jeff Feix.

The predictive accuracy of the Risk Matrix A meta-analysis. Leslie Helmus 1,2, Kelly M. Babchishin 1,2, R. Karl Hanson 2 1 Carleton University 2 Public Safety Canada [Sexual Offender Treatment, Volume 8 (), Issue 2] Abstract. Background. The Risk Matrix is a static actuarial tool designed for adult male sex offenders. Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Sexual Offenders William L. Marshall, Dana Anderson and Yolanda Fernandez Queen's University, Ontario, Canada, and Bath Institution Sexual Offender's Program, Ontario, Canada Sexual offending is an extensive problem in our societies causing untold harm to many innocent by:   Bios. Leigh Harkins is a registered psychologist with the UK’s Health Professions Council and a forensic psychologist with the British Psychological Society. Dr. Harkins is a lecturer at the Centre for Forensic and Family Psychology at the University of Birmingham. She has published a number of reports, papers, and book chapters, primarily in the area of sexual offender treatment by: Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Sexual Offenders William L. Marshall, Dana Anderson and Yolanda Fernandez Queens University, Ontario, Canada, and Bath Institution Sexual Offenders Program, Ontario, Canada Sexual offending is an extensive problem in our societies causing untold harm to many innocent victims. Sexual offenders typically have a personal history of abuse of various kinds and it.