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  • General Material
May 2009

Transforming Communities to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation: A Primary Prevention Approach

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The following pages lay out a primary prevention approach with a special focus on effecting change by influencing policies and altering organizational practices.We begin with a short discussion of emerging environmental challenges followed by an examination of specific norms that contribute to child sexual abuse and exploitation.
  • General Material
April 2007

Residential Proximity & Sex Offense Recidivism in Minnesota

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Results of this analysis suggest that residential proximity had very little impact on the 224 offenses for two identified reasons. First, social or relationship proximity was found to be of greater significance. Second, where direct contact was made, offenders were unlikely to do so close to their residences.