A Long Term Supervision Sex Offender

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Community supervision plans are an important part of offender rehabilitation and community safety. This report will concentrate on a long term-supervision sex offender. Outlined is his past and current criminal history, dynamic factors such as; employment, family, social interactions, substance abuse, community functioning, emotional orientation and attitude. Also outlined will is his community supervision plan.

Offender and past criminal history

Micheal Victor is a 54 year old Caucasian male native from Quebec. At the age of 11 he was placed in his first foster home and his criminal activity began there. At the age of 13 he was held in custody at St-Vallier for breaking and entering, in 1972 he was accused but never convicted of sexual interference with his 15 year old sister and was sent to a workshop for youth with mental health disorders, he was released at the age of 18 and admitted to the hospital. At the age of 20 he served his first federal sentence of three years and six months for failure to comply with conditions for his 1975 theft and three counts of break and enter. In 1985 he was convicted of two separate thefts of under 200$. At the age of 37 Mrs. Victor was accused of fondling a young boy, although he denied all accusations he was convicted and received a 3 years probation following a suspended sentence. In 1995 he was once again convicted of foundling a young boy and received 6 months and 3 years probation. In 1996 he was convicted and sentenced 4 years…

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