Sexual Abuse Within Employment Settings: A Comparison of Work-Related, Intra- and Extra-Familial Child Molesters
Passing the Trash: Absence of State Laws Allows for Continued Sexual Abuse of K-12 Students by School Employees
Exploring Characteristics for Classifying Juvenile Sex Offenders (From Juvenile Sex Offender, P 45-83, 1993, H. E. Barbaree, W. L. Marshall, et al, eds.)
Decision-Making of the District Attorney: Diverting or Prosecuting Intrafamilial Child Sexual Abuse Offenders
The management of sexual offenders in the community post-release is an issue of increasing concern to law enforcement, policymakers and the public. In recent years, efforts to strengthen registration and notification have been enhanced. At the same time, comparatively little attention has been paid to related matters, such as how residency restrictions may impact offenders' efforts to find stable work and living arrangements once they are released from prison, whether rates of recidivism have changed, and whether these policies increase the safety of potential victims.