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1a. The Problem: In 2-3 sentences, describe the problem. The first sentence describes the ideal situation, how things should be when working correctly. The next 1-2 sentences describe the actual situation, what is "going wrong".
Sex offender reintegration policies have been designed to create an awareness within the community that would ensure that the public is safe from potential reoffenders (Meloy, Boatwright, & Curtis, 2013). Sex offenders are often finding problems in the reintegration process as they encounter barriers towards employment and housing, about 30%, harassment to the family level which leads a significant social barrier hence limiting re-entry success, with 12% reporting loss of housing because of their record (Lasher, & McGrath, 2012; Harris, Walfield, Shields, & Letourneau, 2015; Tewksbury, Connor, Cheeseman, & Rivera, 2012; Schultz, 2014).
1b. Support: Provide direct quotes (in quotation marks with page numbers) from at least three recent peer-reviewed sources that show support for all claims and paraphrases made above. These quotes should come from the unique conclusions of your sources.
“…limited job prospects were associated with specific employment restrictions placed on registered sex offenders… Incarcerated sex offenders were also largely concerned about obtaining safe, affordable, and legally permissible housing accommodations” (Tewksbury, Connor, Cheeseman, & Rivera, 2012, p. 457).
“These policies are merely symbolic; at worst, they strain valuable social networks, hinder reintegration and may even exacerbate recidivism. Because much of the impetus for these policies is the safety and protection of the sex offender’s local community (Burchfield, & Mingus, 2014, p. 119).2a. The Impact: In no