Why Do We Punish???. Dr. Matthew Robinson CJ 3532, Injustice in America Appalachian State University. Main Reasons to Punish. Retribution Deterrence Incapacitation Rehabilitation (also Restoration). There are at least two meanings:By RexAlvis
New Jersey Judiciary. Presentation to the New Jersey Commission to Review Criminal Sentencing February 15, 2006. Overview of the Adult Drug Court Program. Definition of a Drug Court.By Leo
Purpose of Sentencing. To hold a child accountable for the offence committed. Imposing fair sanctions that have meaningful consequences for the child and promote his/her rehabilitation and reintegration into society. Juvenile Justice Manual Module 6.By Gabriel
Evidence-Based Assessment & Treatment Services for Sexual Offenders. David Thornton, Ph.D. Outline. Part One: The Developing Evidence Base Mainly didactic Part Two: Good Practice Models Mainly interactional. Part One: The Developing Evidence Base. How RNR applies to Sexual Offenders.By venecia
Aitkin County Sobriety Court Presentation. July 9, 2013. 2006-Current. Funding Sources . County initially funded part time coordinator State funding began paying for full time agent and part time coordinator in late 2007 Funding from state reduced in 12/09 and coordinator was eliminatedBy garvey
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Risk Assessment of Sexual Offenders. Mr Steven M Wright University of South Australia 2001. Why the current emphasis ?. Media reporting Political pressures community notification; Megan’s Law (USA); Sarah’s Law (UK) Guide Intervention– who and what to target
High Risk Young Female Offenders. Michele Burman Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research University of Glasgow, Scotland High Risk Offenders under 18 years ICPA, European Regional Conference, Oslo, 5-6 June 2008. About Young Female Offenders (some universal truths).
Sex offenders: Treatment & risk assessment. Jill D. Stinson, PhD ETSU, Psychology. Disclosure Statement of Financial Interest. I, Jill Stinson, PhD,
Screening For High Risk Juvenile Offenders. Michigan Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference March 11, 2014. AGENDA. Juvenile Justice Vision 20/20 Introduction to Risk Assessment Risk Assessment / Classification Purpose and Benefits of Risk Assessment
THE RISK OF OFFENDING: WHEN DO EX-OFFENDERS BECOME LIKE NON-OFFENDERS ?. Keith Soothill Emeritus Professor of Social Research Brian Francis Professor of Social Statistics. RESEARCH QUESTION.
Actuarial Assessment of Risk Among Sex Offenders. A multi-site study comparing 4 actuarial instruments- VRAG, SORAG, RRASOR, Static-99Predicting violent vs. sexual recidivismPrediction for child molesters vs. rapistsOptimizing ROC areasProspects for dynamic prediction. Harris, Rice, Quinsey, Lal
Risk and Needs Assessments for Adult Felony Offenders. Presentation to the Sentencing Guidelines Commission October 12, 2007. Elizabeth K. Drake Washington State Institute for Public Policy (360) 586-2767 email@example.com www.wsipp.wa.gov. History of Development.
Working with Sexual Offenders Assessing and Managing Risk. Robin J. Wilson, Ph.D., ABPP Clinical Director The GEO Group / Florida Civil Commitment Center firstname.lastname@example.org. Defining the Problem. Stakeholders. victims citizens law enforcement legal and correctional personnel