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Unformatted text preview: Session 1: April 17 Introduction & assessment Overview of JSO Training Series Session 1 Background & development of JSOs Initial assessment considerations & procedures Session 2 Treatment planning What does and doesnt work Treatment approaches Session 3 Risk assessment, Recidivism & Relapse prevention Role and amenability of the family in treatment Supervision, support, & resilience Juvenile Sex Offender Juvenile Sex Offender Treatment Workshop Treatment Workshop Objectives: to overview the JSO training series to understand the current incidence & impact of JSO to explain the developmental experiences that lead to offending to describe offender typologies and cycle to know the areas of intake inquiry to know the information provided by initial assessment instruments Session 1: Introduction & Initial Assessment Session 1: Introduction & Initial Assessment Beliefs about Sex Offending Primary motive is power & control 70% are planned 50-70% of offenders are known 90% involve threats or force Most appear and act normal 2-4% false report rate est. 1 in 10 reported 25-35% women, 20-3-% men 52% white Victims age 9mo to 99 years Violence is more influential, degradation may influence A small proportion are responsible for multiple offending The primary motive is sexual Sexual assault is impulsive Strangers are usually assaulted Victim could prevent it Offenders are mentally ill Women make false accusations Most assaults are reported Primarily women are assaulted Most rapists are minorities Only certain age groups are at risk Pornography causes rape Most offenders reoffend & recidivism is very high Who are offenders 1:4 girls and 1: 6 boys will be sexually assaulted before age 16 1:7 victims of sexual assault reported to law enforcement agencies were under age 6. Adolescent offenders have 7-30 victims prior to their first arrest Sixty-seven percent of all victims of sexual assault reported to law enforcement agencies were juveniles (under the age of 18); 34% of all victims were under age 12. only 12-32% of rapes are reported to police 1 assault per 1000 persons aged 12 and older Of 1 million cases of child abuse in 1997, 8% were sexual abuse How much of a problem is sexual offending? 50% of Jr. & Sr. high girls reported incidents of sexual harassment 75-95% of victims know their offender 30% of teen girls know another who has been in a sexually violent relationship 30% of college students report violent date relationships annual victim costs are $127 billion (excluding child sex abuse cases) Sexual assault is the fastest growing violent crime and accounts for 7% of all violent crime Twenty-five percent of teens have had intercourse at least once by 15 years (CDC, 1994), and nearly 75 percent report doing so involuntarily In 2001 there were 240,980 reported rapes and sexual assaults in the United States (may be 7-10x as many unreported)...
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