Examining the Correlates of Sex Offender Residence Restriction Violation Rates

@article{Rydberg2016ExaminingTC,
  title={Examining the Correlates of Sex Offender Residence Restriction Violation Rates},
  author={Jason Rydberg and Eric Grommon and Beth M. Huebner and Breanne Rae Pleggenkuhle},
  journal={Journal of Quantitative Criminology},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={347-369}
}
ObjectivesThis research examines the contribution of social ecological factors to the variation in sex offender residence restriction (SORR) violation rates, operationalized as a sex offender residing within a buffer zone around a school or a day care.MethodsDrawing on data from two Midwestern states, we utilize a quasi-experimental cohort-control group design to examine the correlates of county-level SORR violation rates among a cohort of post-SORR sex offender parolees, and three… CONTINUE READING
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