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1MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESHANDBOOKCPSS/405June 4, 2019Mary Newsham Table of Contents
2Introduction1.1Preventing sexual assault1.2 Psychotherapeutic treatment options1.3 Placing victims in separate housing1.4 Safety concerns1.5 Strategies for dealing with resistance to treatment1.6Effect of incarceration on the offenders after their release Sex offenders in prison
3This handbook fills in as a tool guide for those working in the correctional atmosphere, managing sexual offenders. Every single correctional representative should allude to this handbook, regarding every sexual offenders, potential sexual offenders, and casualties of rape. The strategies and methods found in this handbook guarantee the security of correctional specialists, and in addition, the offenders putting this correctional organization.1.1 Preventing sexual assaultWhile there's no way to eliminate the chance that something may happen, there are strategies that may reduce your risk or give you the confidence to step in to prevent a sexual assault.Safety planning is about brainstorming ways to stay safe that may also help reduce the risk of future harm. It can include planning for a future crisis, considering your options, and making decisions about your next steps.Finding ways to stay and feel safer can be an important step towards healing, and these plans and actions should not increase the risk of being hurt.Become familiar with safe places. Learn more about safe places near you such as a local domestic violence shelter or a family member’s house. Learn the routes and commit them to memory. Find out more about sexual assault service providers in your area that canoffer support.Stay safe at home. If the person hurting you is in your home, you cantake steps to feel safer. Try hanging bells or a noise maker on your door to scare
4the person hurting you away, or sleep in public spaces like the living room. If possible, keep the doors inside your house locked or put something heavy in front of them. If you’re protecting yourself from someone who does not live with you, keep all the doors locked when you’re not using them, and install an outside lighting system with motion detectors. Change the locks if possible.1.2 Psychotherapeutic treatment optionsPsychotherapy is intended not to decrease or change sexual arousal, but to help the patient understand and control his or her behavior. Strategic interventions involve group members in taking responsibility for supporting each other's