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Understanding Violent Recidivism: Risk Factors of Non-Sexual Violent Offenders and Sex Offenders

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This study compares sex offenders with a violent history to non-sexual violent offenders on risk factors, risk assessments, and violent recidivism rates. Data from a statewide sample of violent offenders released from probation in Illinois (N = 1,344) and data from a sample of 420 sex offenders with non-sexual violent criminal histories who were released from probation supervision in Illinois will be analyzed. The violent and sexual recidivism is measured during the three years of probation supervision and the seven years after released from probation supervision. By comparing non-sexual violent offenders and sex offenders with a violent history, the similarities and differences in risk factors and the predictive validity of the risk assessment scales will be determined. The comparison serves to bridge the literature on violent recidivism and the literature on sex offenders’ violent and sexual recidivism. It will highlight the relative roles of violent propensity and sexual attraction in sex offenders’ violent recidivism. Implications for risk assessment scales and theories of violence will be discussed.
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Stalans, Loretta. and Olson, David. "Understanding Violent Recidivism: Risk Factors of Non-Sexual Violent Offenders and Sex Offenders" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, San Francisco Marriott, San Francisco, California, Nov 17, 2010 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p432293_index.html>

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Stalans, L. and Olson, D. , 2010-11-17 "Understanding Violent Recidivism: Risk Factors of Non-Sexual Violent Offenders and Sex Offenders" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, San Francisco Marriott, San Francisco, California <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p432293_index.html

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Abstract: This study compares sex offenders with a violent history to non-sexual violent offenders on risk factors, risk assessments, and violent recidivism rates. Data from a statewide sample of violent offenders released from probation in Illinois (N = 1,344) and data from a sample of 420 sex offenders with non-sexual violent criminal histories who were released from probation supervision in Illinois will be analyzed. The violent and sexual recidivism is measured during the three years of probation supervision and the seven years after released from probation supervision. By comparing non-sexual violent offenders and sex offenders with a violent history, the similarities and differences in risk factors and the predictive validity of the risk assessment scales will be determined. The comparison serves to bridge the literature on violent recidivism and the literature on sex offenders’ violent and sexual recidivism. It will highlight the relative roles of violent propensity and sexual attraction in sex offenders’ violent recidivism. Implications for risk assessment scales and theories of violence will be discussed.


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Risk and Protective Factors for Recidivism Among Juveniles Who Have Offended Sexually

Risk Factors for Long-term Sexual Recidivism: Comparing Probation Supervised and Released Imprisoned Sex Offenders


 
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