cpss408 | undergraduate
Collaborative Approaches To Sex Offender Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Management of Sex Offenders in the Community
- Explain the purpose of sex offender supervision in the community.
- Describe the requirements that sex offenders must follow upon reentry into the community.
- Identify the components and purpose of sex offender management policy boards.
Special Challenges in Sex Offender Management
- Apply public policy management processes to a specific case.
- Identify strategies for self-care to reduce burnout.
Approaches to Sex Offender Management
- Examine the evolution of the approaches to sex offender management.
- Compare approaches to sex offender management.
- Describe the effect of approaches to sex offender management on recidivism.
Statutory Requirements Unique to Sex Offenders
- Identify sentencing requirements for specific sex crimes.
- Describe differences in statutory requirements in different states.
- Explain how the criminal history of the offender influences sentencing.
Institutional Management of Sex Offenders
- Describe challenges for sex offender management in federal prisons.
- Identify the components involved in transitioning to aftercare programs and community supervision.
- Describe the considerations for the process for reentry.
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