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Effective Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders in the Community [Videoconference held February 9, 2000]

Accession Number: 015921
Media Type: 
Video

The goal of this videoconference is to enhance the ability of probation and parole agency staff (line officers, supervisors, and policymakers/administrators) to supervise sex offenders in the community more effectively. Topics addressed include:

  • Overview of sex offenders and their victims;
  • The victim-centered approach to sex offender supervision;
  • The role of collaboration in a comprehensive approach to supervision;
  • The containment approach to supervision;
  • Sex offender treatment in the context of community supervision;
  • The use of the polygraph as a supervision and treatment tool;
  • Assessment of sex offenders;
  • Presentence investigations (PSI) of sex offenders;
  • Case/planning/maintaining the case file;
  • Case work in various settings;
  • And responding to violations.
Plays On: 
DVD & Computer
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Extra Information

Publication Year: 
2000
Length: 
1 DVD (180 min.)
Sponsor(s): 
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington, DC)
Center for Sex Offender Management (Silver Spring, MD)
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