Sex Offenders
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There are different forms of sexual abuse which include sexual intercourse, fondling, juvenile prostitution and sexual exploitation through child pornography. Child sexual abuse occurs when a child is… Robinson E.H. (1989:23) observes that cases of sexual abuse are rampant in poor communities and they often go unnoticed or reported. The lack of proper…
Sex Offenders
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This term paper seeks to reflect on the models of relationship – based violence with critical reflection being paired on their criminal dimensions. The paper also examines the instigating factors that contribute to the violence development, and possible resolutions to eliminate or mitigate it.… The term paper "Sex Offenders" talks about the models of…
Juvenile Sex Offenders consequences
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It is because of their age that they are not often enough tried for their crimes. Instead, their behavior is brushed off as adolescent misbehavior and they receive a slap on… These punishments include incarceration in proper prisons, as opposed to juvenile hall. The crimes that these sex offenders commit are no less hideous than the ones committed by adults,…
Sex offenders in Australia
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“Naming and Shaming” of Sex Offenders in Australia Introduction Without a doubt, sex offenses, particularly of the young and vulnerable, are crimes of the highest order. There is nothing so heartbreaking as the sight of a mother grieving the loss of her missing child, and then finding out that that child has been raped and murdered at a tender young age.…
Online sex offenders
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The modern world has intensively used the internet for communication and research work; however, some people misuse this noble technology because they use it to commit sex offences. The bad news is that the online sex offenders mainly target the children where they distribute… One of the studies revealed that majority of the online sex offenders have testified…
Sex Offenders' Registration
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Sex Offenders’ Regulations The legislature of Louisiana passed its first law with a mandate to register individuals convicted of sex offenses in 1992. The enactment of the Wetterlin87g Act in 1994 provided guidelines that all states were encouraged to follow in sex offenders registration programs.… It is also a requirement that…
Parent's of Sex Offenders
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Professor Topic: Parent’s Of Sex Offender Sexual abuse is not just about abuse of power. It’s also about mental illness. Experts posit that when a person used his power, authority, strength or is driven by disorder to commit sexual act with the victim’s resistance, this is sexual abuse.… Or, even if it’s known, the parent of an offender could be in denial and…
Criminal Justice -Sex Offenders-
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These sexual offenders have been known to serve their sentence and then when released, are likely to go back to committing sexual… An overview of Florida’s state laws which impact on sex offender registration and publication of residence information shall be presented through this paper. Other pertinent points of discussion shall be featured in the discussion…
Psychological Treatment of Sex Offenders
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Name Professor Course Date Ethical Considerations in the Psychological Treatment of Sex Offenders Abstract A sex criminal is an individual who commits a sex felony. This individual violates the sexual legislation. The main issue surrounding sexual criminals is how to reprimand or rehabilitate them.… There exists controversy on whether to send sexual criminals…
Psychological Analis of Sex Offenders
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Psychological Analysis of Sex Offenders [Name of Affiliate Institution] [Name of Student] Registration of sexual offenders is important since it deters offenders from repeat offenses, protects communities from the offenders and assists authorities in keeping track of the offenders.… Over the years questions have been raised regarding constitutional challenges…
Behavirol and Socail Sciences on Sex Offenders
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Sex offenders are the persons who behave abnormally when interact with the other persons of opposite sex and commit crime by indulging in forceful sex (Anna C. Salter, 2003). They are the persons who are criminally charged and convicted of sex crime. In other words, their… It is difficult to predict the occurrence of sex offenders in our localities. However,…
Texas state laws on sex offenders
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In order to be registered as a sex offender, one needs to have been convicted of a crime that involves a sexual act by the state or federal law, which requires that they be put on the sex offender list after release or parole (Agan 210). In Texas State, the law requires that… In addition, they need regularly to visit the registering authority to update the…
Sex Offenders: When both parties are victims
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As indicated, the discourse would focus on methods of nonviolent techniques using the information provided in "198 Methods of Nonviolent Actions" from… Response to the Phenomenon of Violence in South Asia” that encouraged the use of nonviolent actions to address diverse types of violence in societies. Sex offenses are sexual forms of violence which could…
Paradigm Shift in Penology: Rehabilitation of Sex Offenders
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Society has been continually beset by a great number of criminal offenses that it needs to manage, if not eradicate entirely. This immense burden encompasses numerous kinds and gravities of legal violations.… Society has been continually beset by a great number of criminal offenses that it needs to manage, if not eradicate entirely. This immense burden…
Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders
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The article is focused on the role of GPS system in the problem of the sexual offense. It is claimed in the text that the latest technological change has induced measures on how to monitor and take actions upon sex offenders in the society.… Despite the optimistic effects of technology in the society by improvising the GPS devices, understanding the…
Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders
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Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders Name Institution Ineffectiveness of GPS Monitoring System for Sex Offenders Cruelty and severe punishment to sex offenders has become a controversial issue in the society. Sex offenders tend to subject torture and rape to young children.… Technological change has induced measures on how to monitor and…
Effective ways to decreasing sexual drive in sex offenders
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Sexual offenses such as rape, sexual assault, and child molestation are some of the heinous crimes that occur in the society thus forcing the policy makers to implement effective ways of decreasing the sexual drive of sex offenders in order to minimize repeat offenses (Reamer,… The methods used in decreasing the sexual drive of sexual offenders aim at…
Sex Offenders has to be related to criminal justice
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The recurrence of sexual offences in different parts of the societies we live in the world is a cause for concern and there is need for concerted efforts to ensure that criminal justice prevails against the sex offenders. Thus, effort has to be made to tighten the sex offender laws as a way of deterring the perpetrators from committing the offence.…
Sex Offenders See No Wrong to the Behavior with their Victims
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Name Date Course Section/# Abstract: The following analysis focuses upon the means by which the sex offender integrates with a baseline of understanding with relation to guilt/remorse. As such, the main determinants that drive this realization are elaborated upon, analyzed, and weighted in terms of overall psychological effects that they likely have in forming the opinion of the sex offender.…
Sex Offenders in the Criminal Justice System
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Visiting sexual violent treatment center is a challenging issue as it is difficult to figure out how to behave oneself and communicate to victims. Moreover, sexual violence is a taboo topic in society in most cases which means that people are not prone to discuss it freely even with the closest people. … Sex Offenders in the Criminal Justice System Some of…
Should offenders be subjected to public punishment, such as sex offender registration and DUI license plates
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We agree that sexual abuse and molestation is an issue of concern in the nation. In order to argue on whether the punishment for the offenders is rational or not, we have to have… Further, 80% of all the victims are below the age of 30. This information gives as the age group that forms the target of this heinous crime. It clearly shows that the school going…
Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change
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The paper "Sex Offender Registration Laws: Need for Change" demonstrates that the current sex offender registration laws need to be revised so as to make them more humane and effective and to divest them of any possibility of leading to unnecessary prosecution and harassment of the sex offenders. … The other thing is that while accruing the names of sex…
Sexual Offenders and Predators
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Megan Kanka, Jessica Lunsford, Adam Walsh, and Jacob Wetterling were just among several other children either victims of socially inappropriate sexual acts or whose offenders had previous records of sex crimes. Their stories moved the Federal government to enact laws requiring… This paper will provide statistical information in the hope to empirically…
ANALYSIS OF SEX OFFENDER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
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In 1981, Adam Walsh, a six-year old boy was abducted in Florida, his severed head later surfaced; in 1989, Jacob Wetterling, an 11-year old boy was abducted in Minnesota and since then, had never been seen; in 1996, Megan Kanka, a seven-year old girl from New Jersey was raped… ing of various legislations such as the Jacob Wetterling Act, which mandated sex…
Sex offender registration and recidivism
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Sex offender registration and recidivism   Introduction  Convicted sex offenders’ registers have been public for almost a decade in the judiciary of the United States. The quandary of sexual violence and related offending is a national legislative precedence as confirmed by frequent sex offender-specific policies endorsed at the federal settings in recent years.…
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