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A Comparison of Offence History and Post-ReleaseOutcomes for Sexual Offenders Against Children inNew Zealand Who Attended or Did Not Attend theKia Marama Special Treatment Unit
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2012)
Sexual offending against children is among the most serious of crimes, and so it is imperative to have empirical evidence that prison-based treatment programmes for such offenders are successful in reducing the likelihood ...
Static risk assessment of sexual offenders in New Zealand: predictive accuracy, classification of risk, and the moderating effect of time offence-free in the community
(University of Canterbury, 2018)
Sexual offending is regarded, both legally and morally, as among the most serious of crimes; therefore, accurate identification and reduction of recidivism risk for offenders who commit these crimes should be given ...