Skip to Main ContentCenter for Sex Offender Management, Educating the Community about Sexual Assault and the Management of Sex Offenders in the Community:  A Training Curriculum
CSOM
Search
A Project of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
  Curriculum OverviewUser's GuideSpecial ConsiderationsRecommended ReadingsDownload Center
SearchSite Map
Educating the Community Home Page
Outline

I. What Community Members Need to Know
II. Conducting a Community Notification
III. Managing Sex Offenders
IV. The Role of the Community
Other CSOM Curricula
Start of Main Content
Sexual Assault

If you are preparing to conduct a session for community members and would like background reading to better prepare yourself for the event, the following materials may be of assistance.

For more information on sexual assault of children and adults, consult the following resources:

Center for Sex Offender Management (2000, August). Myths and Facts about Sex Offenders. Silver Spring, MD.

Center for Sex Offender Management (2002, March). An Overview of Sex Offender Management. Silver Spring, MD.

Hindman, J. (1989). Just Before Dawn. Ontario, OR: Alexandria Associates.

Kilpatrick, Edmunds, and Seymour (1992). Rape In America: A Report To The Nation. Arlington, VA: National Victim Center and Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center. To order by phone, call (703) 276-2880.

Senate Committee on the Judiciary (1993). The Response to Rape: Detours on the Road to Equal Justice (S. Prt. 103-52). Washington, DC: 103rd U. S. Congress.