cpss405 | undergraduate
Working With Sex Offenders
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Possible Precursors to Sexually Deviant Behavior
- Describe the application of the cycle of offending to a case study.
- Describe different standards for sexual behavior.
- Describe the connection between sexual deviance and sex crimes.
- Describe different theories of the etiology of sexually deviant behavior.
Treatment for Sex Offenders
- Determine appropriate treatment based on the level of risk.
- Compare methods for treating sex offenders.
- Describe the effectiveness of treatment on recidivism.
Challenges to Working With Sex Offenders
- Identify strategies for dealing with resistance to treatment.
- Describe different challenges related to reintegration into the community.
- Describe special considerations for managing sex offenders in the prison, jail, or inpatient treatment setting.
- Describe how legal statutes have influenced the classification and management of sex offenders.
Historical Overview of Sex Crimes and Punishment
- Identify differences between categories of sex offenses.
- Differentiate between abnormal sexual attraction and abnormal sexual behavior.
- Describe the range of punishments for different levels of sex crimes.
- Explain how classification of sex crimes has evolved over time.
- Identify personal attitudes and perceptions toward sex offenders.
Types of Offenders
- Describe characteristics of different types of sex offenders.
- Describe characteristics of victims of specific sexual offenses.
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