Missouri

Technical Assistance:

Greene County, Missouri (July 2009): Greene County, Missouri received a planning grant to assess and enhance their work with juvenile sex offenders by examining their practices and protocols, including how juvenile are screened and the path juveniles follow through the probation and parole system. A CSOM staff member provided technical assistance via a series of on-site consultation visits, the provision of resources, and support for a peer-to-peer site visit to another jurisdiction to observe promising practices to managing juvenile sex offenders.
Funder: Bureau of Justice Assistance, through subcontract from The International Association of Chiefs of Police

Missouri Parole Board (January 2002): Provided one staff member to meet with the Parole Board to assist them in integrating into their approach to managing sex offenders information from a training on sex offender assessment and treatment.

Family Court of St. Louis County, Missouri (August 1999): Conducted two site visits to assess the county's request to develop a collaborative approach to responding to juvenile sexual abuse.

13th Circuit Family Court, Juvenile Division, Missouri (August 1998): CSOM provided support to enable two agency planning team members to attend the CSOM training at the 1998 Summer APPA Training Institute.

Training:

Missouri Legislator Briefing (January 2010): Two Center staff provided assistance in developing and delivering a briefing session for legislators on sex offender management issues.

Presentation on Sex Offenders at the 2009 Missouri Reentry Conference (November 2009): The Center provided staff to develop and conduct a presentation on sex offender management as part of the 2009 Missouri Reentry Conference. The presentation included information on "myths versus facts," recidivism trends, and effective sex offender management strategies.
Funder: Missouri Department of Corrections

CSOM presented a workshop on best practices in juvenile sex offender management at the Johnson County Juvenile Center Conference to a multidisciplinary audience comprised of treatment providers, supervision officers, judicial members, social services, victim advocates in Warrensburg, Missouri, June 2006 (45 participants).

Conducted a workshop session on juvenile sex offenders to Police Juvenile Officers and County Juvenile Officers at the request of the Missouri Police Juvenile Officers' Association in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, May 2006 (75 participants).

Provided a statewide training for 10 judicial circuit-based, multidisciplinary teams, including juvenile court judges and magistrates, juvenile supervision agents, treatment providers, victim advocates, and representatives from the Office of State Courts Administrator and the departments of mental health, social, youth, and family services in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, June 2000 (60 participants).

Provided a training which served as a pilot for the judges’ video curriculum to a group of in Jefferson City, Missouri, May 2000 (12 participants).

Provided a statewide training for 12 teams, including juvenile court judges and magistrates, juvenile supervision agents, treatment providers, victim advocates, and representatives from the Office of State Courts Administrator and the departments of mental health, social, youth, and family services in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, July 1999 (100 participants).

Provided a local training for juvenile court judges and magistrates, juvenile supervision agents, treatment providers, victim advocates, and representatives from the Office of State Courts Administrator and the departments of mental health, social, youth, and family services in Columbia, Missouri, March 1999 (45 participants).