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Section 1: Overview

TOPIC: Introduction 5 min.
TOPIC: The Need for a Training Curriculum on the Management of Sex Offenders in the Community

  • The Presence of Sex Offenders in the Community
  • Consequences to the Victim and the Community of Re-offense
5 min.
TOPIC: Victims of Sexual Assault

  • Introduction
  • Who are the Victims of Sex Offenses?
  • Consequences of Sexual Assault
15 min.
TOPIC: Sex Offenders

  • Who are Sex Offenders?
  • What do Sex Offenders Do?
  • Typology of Sex Offenders
20 min.
TOPIC: An Emerging Approach to Sex Offender Supervision

  • Challenges and Responses
30 min.

Section 2: An Innovative Approaches to Supervision of Sex Offenders in the Community: Collaboration

TOPIC: Introduction

  • Learning Objectives
  • Introduction
5 min.
TOPIC: A Collaborative Approach to Sex Offender Management

  • Understanding Collaboration
  • Why is Collaboration Important for Managing Sex Offenders?
  • An Essential Arena for Collaboration: The Relationship Between Supervision, Treatment, and Victim Advocacy
  • Roles of the Supervision Team Members
  • The Containment Approach: Supervision, Treatment, and the Polygraph
  • Cautions About Overlapping Roles
  • Learning Activity: Option 1—Community Mapping; or Option 2—Reviewing Implications
40 min.