The use of tactical polygraph with sex offenders

@inproceedings{Bourke2015TheUO,
  title={The use of tactical polygraph with sex offenders},
  author={Michael L. Bourke and Lance Fragomeli and Paul J. Detar and Michael A. Sullivan and Edward Meyle and Mark O'Riordan},
  year={2015}
}
AbstractProfessionals who work with sexual abusers often are faced with a significant obstacle: offenders' failure to accurately report their histories of undetected offences, particularly hands-on crimes against children. The implications are significant and include poor risk assessment, misguided treatment planning, inadequate sentences, and insufficient supervision conditions. This problem is particularly important with so called child pornographers—offenders whose known criminality is… CONTINUE READING
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