Sex Offenders: Law, Policy, and Practice
This text concentrates on sex offenders and sexual offending and examines the treatment of, and regulations to be followed for, sex offenders. The issues facing those dealing with such offenders, from arrest to post release supervision, are fully covered and include investigation of sexual offences, trial procedures, sentencing, control, risk assessment, protection of the public, treatment, housing and protection of children and adolescent offenders.
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THE PRETRIAL PROCESS
WHEN POLICE INQUIRIES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED
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Sex Offenders in the Community: Managing and Reducing the Risks
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