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Juveniles Who Sexually Offend (JwSO): An Overview

This excellent presentation provides a wealth of information about juvenile sex offenders.

The Reentry of Adults Convicted of Sexual Offenses: A National Survey of Reentry Professionals

Results are presented from "a national survey of stakeholders invested in the successful reentry of adults convicted of sexual offenses … The survey findings reveal variability regarding the extent to which respondents’ beliefs about various sex offender-related matters align with current research.

Using Evidence-Based Interventions with Youth Who Have Committed Sexual Offenses

This report explains how other agencies can use ERASOR to strengthen their responses to sexual offending by youth.

Improving Illinois’ Response to Sexual Offenses Committed by Youth: Recommendations for Law, Policy, and Practice

While this report comments on issues related to youth who sexually offend in Illinois, its recommendations are applicable to any state.

Sex Offender Management Assessment and Planning Initiative

This report examines SOMAPI, a project designed to assess the state of research and practice in sex offender management.

SMART: Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking

This website is a portal to a wealth of information about sex offending and sex offender management.

An Evaluation of Sex Offender Registry Restrictions in Michigan and Missouri

This report examines the impact of registry restrictions on sex offenders by housing locations, recidivism patterns, and the collateral consequences.

Taking it on the Chin: Legislatively Imposed Internet Restrictions for Sex Offenders

This publication reviews court cases concerning the restricted use of the Internet by sex offenders.

Years of Predicting Dangerously

This report looks at recent empirical evidence for clinical adjustments to actuarial-based risk prediction for sexually violent predators (SVPs).

The Risk-Need-Responsivity (RNR) Model: Does Adding the Good Lives Model Contribute to Effective Crime Prevention?

In this article the authors respond to GLM’s criticisms of RNR and conclude that little substance is added by GLM that is not already included in RNR, although proponents of RNR may learn from the popular appeal that GLM, with its positive, strength-based focus, has garnered from clinicians over the past decade.


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