Pretend to be normal phase build up phase pre act out

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Pretend to be Normal PhaseBuild-Up PhasePre-Act Out PhaseAct Out PhasePrevention InterventionsAnger Control TrainingSelf-Improvement and Change
How Interventions Would Vary Based On Risk LevelLowLow – ModerateModerate – HighHigh
How Interventions Would Be UsedCognitive Behavioral TherapyGroup InterventionIndividual Therapy
Alternative Models High-Risk OffendersUsedGPS MonitoringPrevention of RelapseMonitors Situations That Could Cause Offender To RelapseThe Containment Approach
Legal Statues That Influence Implementation Of Intervention PlansSex offenders must follow stringent rules The are not allowed to live within a certain radius of places such as schools, daycares, churchesThe radius varies from state to stateVictim InvolvementBecause a sex offender’s victim may be a family member who resided with them, the sex offender will be removed from that home
Conclusion
ReferencesMilkman, H., & Wanberg, K. (2007). Cognitive Behavioral Treatment: A Review and Discussion for Corrections Professionals. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections.Terry, K. J. (2013). Sexual offenses and offenders: Theory, practice, and policy. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.The sexual offense cycle. (2016). University of Phoenix Materials.

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