Questions: Adult Sex Offenders

Employment

Always/ Yes Typically Generally Not Never/ No
  1. Are sex offenders required to secure and maintain full–time employment as a condition of release?
  2. Is educational and vocational programming provided to offenders within residential or institutional facilities to assist them with developing or enhancing job skills and competencies?
  3. Are there job linkage and placement services available to sex offenders to connect their specific skills to complementary job opportunities in the communities to which they will be returning?
  4. Do correctional case managers assess the suitability of employment plans prior to release?
  5. If community supervision officers are assigned to sex offenders prior to release, do officers work with correctional caseworkers to identify viable employment options and to assess the suitability of employment plans prior to release?
  6. Have networks of employers that are willing to hire released offenders been identified and have lists of them been compiled in a central location?
  7. Are there interagency agreements in place designed to pool resources to “sponsor” or subsidize released offenders’ placement with specific employers for prescribed periods of time?
  8. Do correctional agency administrators collaborate with external agency administrators (workforce development, employment) to explore solutions to employment challenges for sex offenders?

Questions: Juvenile Sex Offenders

Employment

Always/ Yes Typically Generally Not Never/ No
  1. Are juvenile sex offenders required to secure and maintain full–time employment as a condition of release, if they are not returning to school?
  2. Is educational and vocational programming provided to juveniles within residential or institutional facilities to assist them with developing or enhancing job skills and competencies?
  3. Are there job linkage and placement services available to juvenile sex offenders to connect their specific skills to complementary job opportunities in the communities to which they will be returning?
  4. Do facility case managers assess the suitability of employment plans prior to release?
  5. If community supervision officers are assigned to juveniles prior to release, do officers work with facility case managers to identify viable employment options and to assess the suitability of employment plans prior to release?
  6. Do juvenile justice agency administrators collaborate with external agency administrators (workforce development, employment, community corrections/supervision) to explore solutions to employment challenges for released youth?