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?
In this meta-analysis, the authors explain where the PPG excels and under what circumstances it falls short for predicting recidivism. This is a very important study if you are defending or evaluating a client whose crime is against a child.
What benefit can using a dynamic risk assessment in conjunction with the standard static assessments provide?
What are the most frequent ACE items endorsed by sexually violent persons and can they be used as predictors for recidivism?
A meta-analysis of studies focusing on the effect of treatment on reoffending.
A look at two studies of sexual recidivism in a population of over 2,000 sexual offenders.
How does the CPORT miss the mark in properly predicting recidivism rates?
The implications of race and utilizing the Static-99R for assessing risk in sentencing.