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  • General Material
December 2008

Key Roles of Law Enforcement in Sex Offender Management

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the roles and leadership opportunities for law enforcement in increasing public safety and reducing the likelihood of further sexual victimization.
  • General Material
December 2005

Key Considerations for Reunifying Adult Sex Offenders and their Families

It provides an overview of the dynamics and key issues warranting attention when considering reunification and preservation with sex offenders as part of a broader, more comprehensive approach to sex offender management.
  • General Material

Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches and Criminal Justice Strategies

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A secondary goal is to expand the debate about innovative batterer intervention approaches to include criminal justice personnel who work with batterers daily and criminal justice policymakers who are concerned with domestic violence.