Analysis of a meta-study trying to validate the forensic use of the Child Pornography Offender Risk Tool (CPORT) for actuarial CSAM risk assessment.
It has been known for quite some time that there are two categories of CSAM offenders, internet-only and mixed offenders.
Beyond the standard actuarial testing, can these other studies help predict recidivism? How do these scores affect treatment needs?
What are the findings of the multi-year, state government-funded report of the PA Task Force on Child Pornography? And what are its recommendations?
Using the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) scale and two risk assessment measures to look at likelihood of completion of treatment and reducing the risk of recidivism.
A look at the data and results of an August 2022 study of 141 sexual offenders. The study further emphasizes the CPORT’s predictions of recidivism.
How does it differ from straight, cisgender individuals?
What are the factors that can aggravate the already-high likelihood of recidivism for individuals who have committed the act of exhibitionism?
What benefit can using a dynamic risk assessment in conjunction with the standard static assessments provide?
How does denial affect recidivism and are there links between incest and non-incest offenders?