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    They can be your next door neighbor, someone down the street, or even a stranger behind you in line at the shopping center. Sex offenders are out there. They do not wear a label on them that says, “I am a registered sex offender”. They are required to register on the sex offender registry list as well as inform neighbors, put it on job applications, live a certain distance away from any zone which contain children, and follow several other places they are forbidden to go as part of their release

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    population I do want to work with. After long thought, I decided I do not want to work with sex offenders, I’d rather work with children and perhaps that is where I get my bias against sex offenders or perhaps it stems from other reasons. Through my research, I am hoping to discover new information about sex offenders that may change my opinion and help me to see them in a new light. When I think of a sex offender what automatically comes to my mind is a creepy middle aged white man who lives in close

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    reintegration options for these alleged criminals. The term “sex offender” needs to be reserved for those individuals who best represent the meaning of the term. (Colbert, 2011, p. 1) According to US Department of Justice, a sex offender is anyone convicted of an offense of a sexual nature under the law of any jurisdiction, this also includes juveniles fourteen years of age and older. (Colbert, 2011, p. 1) In the United States, the term sex offender is too broad and can be very misleading. There is a widespread

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    to why there has been such interest around child sexual offenders in criminology. Furthermore, sexual offending tends to be seen as an attribute in an individual that is unchangeable, with this there is potential that some may see child sex offenders in a more unfavourable light when being compared to a murder. Considering the statement above, it is also believed that sexual offenders are more likely to re-offend than other type of offenders because this type of violence is abnormal and untreatable

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    Offender Profiling

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    Offender profiling, or criminal profiling, is an investigative tool used by law enforcement agencies. It is used when a perpetrator(s) is unknown and traditional physical methods (such as DNA sample to cross match) are either unavailable or are insufficient in identifying a suspect. It involves the analysis of a crime scene(s) and other data in order to create a profile of the type of person a criminal may be. The ‘clues’ given in a profiling case are drawn from the type of crime or attack, the location

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    time in prison for their crimes, many sex offenders are sent to mental hospitals against their will, where they can be kept for undetermined amounts of time, even in some cases indefinitely. Some people see this as a grand solution to the problem of having sex offenders in the community. Other see it as unethical, and a violation of human rights. Sex offences committed against children are one of the most deplorable crimes one can commit, and sex offenders, especially child molesters are generally

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    female sexual offenders is much lower than the number of male sexual offenders. This is especially true about sex offenses. For a while, most people didn’t believe that woman could even commit a sex related crime; besides prostitution. There is still a stigma around the topic; woman are the victims, not the offenders. This is not true though. Female sex offenders have their own category. This is because their motives and actions are different than a man’s. The research done on female offenders can be bias

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    Sexual Offenders

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    The purpose of the research paper is to discuss the types of punishments and treatments sexual offenders should receive even though there might not be a cure for it. Introduction Throughout the years of research and experiments, the society has debated whether sexual offending behavior can be cured or not. Although there have been alternatives to decreasing such behavior, there is no direct evidence that such behavior can be completely purged. However, such acts can be prevented from happening by

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    Assignment #1 CRIJ 2313-Dr.Koenigsberg 9/17/14 Juvenile Female Sex Offenders Wijkman, Miriam, Catrien Bijleveld, and Jan Hendriks. "Juvenile Female Sex Offenders: Offender And Offence Characteristics." European Journal Of Criminology 11.1 (2013): 23-38. European Journal Of Criminology. Web. 14 Sept. 2014. <http://euc.sagepub.com/content/11/1/23>. For this critical paper I evaluated the article, "Juvenile Female Sex Offenders: Offender And Offence Characteristics”. This article conforms to the library

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    Sex Offenders Essay

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    A Sex Offender is defined as a person convicted of certain sex offense crimes. These crimes can range from indecent exposure to possession of child pornography to sexual assault and rape. Sex Offenders can be male or female, range from age twelve to one hundred and twelve, married or single, and high socioeconomic standing or low. There is no definitive characteristics of a sex offender. Within five miles of my home there are ten registered sex offenders (IASOR). The problem to be researched is

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    A considerable question could be whether an offender can be deregistered. Without a doubt, there are a few sex offenders who have been convicted of this crime who do not pose any threat to the community. These people suffer from consequences such as being unable to have employment, return to school, or even social interactions. In cases like these, they often look for an alternative option. For many years, deregistration was not probable for anyone until now. Looking into the research of deregistration

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    Offender profiling is the identification of personality and behavioural characteristics of the criminal offender(s) by analysing the crime that has been committed. Snook, Cullen, Bennell, Taylor, & Gendreau's (2008) review explains that people's belief in criminal profiling is an illusion, as they state that there is a lack of empirical evidence. The first profile was created by James Brussel, who managed to accurately capture multiple characteristics of the 1956 New York Bomber, George Metesky.

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    child. According to Becerra-García, García-León and Egan (2012), sex offenders are twice as likely to report being sexually, emotionally, or physically abused as a child in comparison to other offenders. There are also other factors besides abuse that must be taken into consideration. A recent study on female sex offenders by Roe-Sepowitz and Krysik (2008) states, “the data reveal that many of the 118 female juvenile sex offenders came from chaotic and disorganized families and had poor parental supervision

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    Sex Offenders Challenges

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    Challenges facing the following special groups: 1. Sex offenders There are generalizations on the sex offender's treatment programs. Etiologically, sex offending varies considerably and offering the same rehabilitation designs is not effective. While on parole, sex offenders face a lot of challenges like loneliness, intimacy deficits, and challenges in emotional regulations (Paparozzi & Guy, 2009). As mentioned in the re-entry process, there is victimization and loneliness that faces people who are

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    it first happened. The question proposed is whether or not Aileen Wuronos is considered a sex offender or not. At first I didn’t believe she should be considered a sex offender, but after doing more reading on her cases and her as a person I changed my mind and believe that she is in fact one of the few female sex offenders. I thik she is just a cold blooded murderer but also an opportunistic sex offender. After reading the various case studies of the crimes she committed, its clear she was out to

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    Sex Offender Registry

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    Sex Offender Registry is age 6. Yes, a kindergarten and be found to be a sexual predator as society puts it. Individuals on the registry are all treated equal by the public no matter the details of their actual crime. Even though the sex offender registry is a positive tool in the protection of society, the registry needs to be evaluated because sexual assault is not the only form of child abuse, non-violent offenders are on the registry, and children are now required to register as offenders.

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    Sex Offender Laws

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    A sex offender is a particular grouping of words that tends to scare people when they hear them together. It is even scarier when you think about the possible crime that might have gone along with being convicted as a sex offender. One of my favorite TV programs is Law and Order: SVU. Over the years, this show has portrayed a vast variety of heinous crimes. We as a society cringe when we think of something bad happening to our children and tend to judge before we know the full story. This paper

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    Juvenile Sex Offenders

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    When we hear the words “sex offender” we immediately think about a grown man who has sexually abused a young girl or boy. We call them pedophiles or predators but we never stop to think that the sex offender can also be a woman or even a young girl/boy who has sexually assaulted another minor. This is mainly due to the fact that we don’t hear about it in the news as much as when a grown man commits the offense. In the world we live in today which is full of many social media sites we are now becoming

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    Sex Offender Speech

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    Hello Ladies, I believe that a sex offender is a sex offender, from this course I have learned there are multiple reasons a person may become a sex offender, it typically isn’t a decision made over night. Research has proved abusive behaviors are instilled at a young age through child abuse, and/or are caused by mental health problems. I understand that is not the reason in all cases, of course drugs and alcohol play a factor too. The behaviors don’t just appear or just go away, they may lie dormant

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    Dangerous Sex Offenders

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    I feel that as a society we do play a role in the formation of a dangerous sex offender. I find that a common theme replaying across the histories of various dangerous sex offenders is family instability. In modern times the family has become more and more isolated. Instead of large families living together, or near one another, there tends to be large geographical distances in between them. In addition, people tend to not know or have any involvement with their neighbors further isolating them

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