- Matravers, Amanda.
- University of Cambridge. Institute of criminology.
- Sex offenders
- Sex offenders -- Legal status, laws, etc.
- Cambridge criminal justice series
- 1843921200 (pbk.)
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- Published in association with The Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge.
- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Preface; 1 Setting some boundaries: rethinking responses to sex offenders (Amanda Matravers, University of Cambridge) 2 Serious sexual assault: using history and statistics (Keith Soothill, Lancaster University) 3 The legislative framework (Cathy Cobley, Cardiff University) 4 Disclosing information on sex offenders: the human rights implications (Helen Power, University of Glamorgan) 5 Sex offenders, risk penality and the problem of disclosure to the community (Hazel Kemshall, De Montfort University, and Mike Maguire, Cardiff University) 6 Interpreting treatment performance of sex offenders (Michael Seto, Center for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto) 7 The Machiavellian sex offender (David Thornton, Sand Ridge Treatment Center, Mauston, Wisconsin); 8 The role of the polygraph (Don Grubin, Royal Victoria Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne) 9 Adolescents who sexually abuse (Rowland Coombes) 10 Developing multi-agency public protection arrangements (Tim Bryan and Paddy Doyle, National Probation Directorate) 11 Joined-up worrying: the Multi-Agency Public Protection Panels (Roxanne Lieb, Washington State Institute for Public Policy, USA) 12 Challenges for the police service (Terence Grange, Chief Constable, Dyfed Powys Police); Index.
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