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An integrative theory of desistance from sex offending
Abstract Despite the fact that most offenders eventually desist from committing further crimes, there is an absence of comprehensive psychological and social accounts of the desistance process,Expand
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The Good Lives Model and the Risk Need Responsivity Model
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, Vol. XX, No. X, Month 2007 94-XXX DOI: © 2007 American Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology I I J I I , l. 39 No. 1, January 2012 94-110 I:Expand
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Assessment of Community Reintegration Planning for Sex Offenders
Poor planning for reintegrating child molesters from prison to the community is a likely risk factor for sexual recidivism. The quality of reintegration planning was retrospectively measured forExpand
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Desistance and Attitudes Towards Sex Offenders: Facilitation or Hindrance?
In an ideal world, there would be a seamless relationship between interventions that focus on risk factors causally associated with sexual reoffending and the subsequent release of, and ongoingExpand
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The Quality of Community Reintegration Planning for Child Molesters
  • G. Willis, R. Grace
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Sexual abuse : a journal of research and…
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Research on the causal factors underlying sex offender recidivism has not considered the success or failure of the reintegration process by which the offender rejoins the community after prison. TheExpand
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Assessment of public attitudes towards sex offenders in an Australian population
Public attitudes towards sex offenders are believed to play a key role in the development of legislation and public policy designed to manage the risks posed by known sex offenders who live in theExpand
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How to Integrate the Good Lives Model Into Treatment Programs for Sexual Offending
The good lives model (GLM) represents a new theoretical framework informing sex offender treatment programs; however, substantial variation has been observed in terms of how GLM-related ideas andExpand
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Assessment of protective factors in clinical practice
Abstract Protective factors safeguard against undesirable outcomes such as violence, sexual violence and criminal behavior in general. While a growing body of theoretical and empirical literature hasExpand
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Demographic Differences in Public Attitudes Towards Sex Offenders
Emotionally fueled public responses to news of released sex offenders have the potential to jeopardize the re-entry process, for example, hindering access to stable housing and employmentExpand
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The Good Lives Model in Practice: Offence Pathways and Case Management
During the past decade, the Good Lives Model of Offender Rehabilitation (GLM) has gained considerable momentum and popularity as a rehabilitation framework for forensic populations. The GLM isExpand
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