What are the factors that are leading to a rise in arrest and prosecution of individuals on the autism spectrum for sexual offenses? How should a prior diagnosis of ASD impact sentencing?
Analyzing a Federal Probation report on recidivism rates of child pornography sexual offenders with and without prior offenses as it relates to risk assessment.
Does the male dominated Static-99R apply satisfactorily to female sexual offenders?
2021 US Sentencing Commission Report on Federal Sentencing of Child Pornography Non-Production Offenses
Identifying failures of the system to adjust for changing circumstances for sentencing non-production child pornography offenders utilizing the 2021 federal report from the US Sentencing Commission.
Data driven look at 5-year and newly available 10-year data points on recidivism of both contact and non-contact sexual offenders.
Identifying the requirements to accurately evaluate risk assessment with declining data points of desistance and recidivism in post release sexual offenders.
Salient data highlights from a collaborative study between the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and several well-known researchers regarding the typical relationship of abusers and their victims, as well as the escalating severity of depravity depicted in Child Sexual Exploitation Materials.
Evaluating a study that shows recidivism risk of 7,225 sexual offenders post release for up to 25 years and how it relates to sentence mitigation, aggravation, and public policy.
How do studies done by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Australian Institute for Criminology impact sentencing for parents accused of distribution or production of Child Pornography?
How do antisociality and paraphilia affect the motivations of Black American versus White American sexual offenders?