This area highlights interventions and approaches for working with sexual violence offenders, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive and collaborative approach to manage offenders' behaviors and ensure their safe integration within communities. Resources addressing risk, assessment, management, treatment, and supervision are included.
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This brief news article talks about new research demonstrating that sexual harassment, although less frequent, has a greater negative impact on teenagers' health than the more common form of victimization, bullying.
This guide is intended for everyone involved in bringing up children. It explains that some children do sexually abuse other children, describes how to recognize the warning signs, and outlines some actions adults can take to prevent sexual abuse.
This paper is about young people who have committed acts of sexual abuse. It is written for those who might come across this issue in their day-to-day work and would like to know what the current research and practice says.
This fact sheet offers information about female adolescent sex offenders based on the limited research that is available. The information provided includes characteristics of this population as well as assessment and treatment issues.
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