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Table of ContentsIntroduction to Handbook and to Sex Offender Management...........1 Introduction to Handbook and to Sex Offender Management............2Jail, Prison and Impatient Treatment..................................................2Defining Sexual Offense....................................................................3Strategies of Management Part I......................................................3 Strategies of Management Part II......................................................4Conclusion.........................................................................................5References.......................................................................Back CoverReintegrating Sex Offenders into The CommunityWith sex offenders living in our communities, we take a deeper look at what the process of what re-integrating back into society looks like as well as why it happens. When one out of three men are being reintegrated into our communities as convicted sex offenders dealing with this issue needs an extra close look. The process should start before release and preparing the offender for what is to come. Always maintain discretion, it is important not to reveal information about the offender’s situation that is not mandatory. Supervision, always important no matter what the condition of the release.

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