Long Version: Innovative Approaches to Supervision of Sex Offenders in the Community

1/17/02


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Table of Contents

Learning Objectives

Premises of .Sex Offender Management

What we mean by .“involving victims”

Needs of Victims Addressed by Agency Policy

Needs of Victims Addressed by Agency Policy (cont.)

Victims and Case Management

An Innovative Example: New Haven, CT

Collaboration is Essential Because

Collaborative Team Activities

Collaborative Team Activities (cont.)

Maintaining Collaboration

Collaboration Between Supervision and Treatment

Probation Officer Roles

Treatment Provider Roles

Victim Advocate Roles

The Containment Approach

A Model Process--Containment Approach

A Model Process--Containment Approach (cont.)

Polygraph Examiner Roles

Types of Post-Conviction Polygraph Examinations

Cautions about Overlapping Roles

Networks of Supervision

Likely Candidates for a Network of Supervision

Author: CEPP


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