Flashcards in Question 4 Deck (6)
Employment, hobbies, interests, family relationships, life events, and environments frequented
Psychological and social problems
Substance abuse, emotional difficulties, history of general criminal offending, antisocial behaviors, and psychiatric diagnoses
Sexual history, attitudes toward sex, sexual dysfunction, age of onset of puberty, sexual and intimate relationships, and prior sexual victimization
Sexual patterns of offending
Offense history, age of onset, attitude toward victims, master story and sexual fantasies, physical aggression, and willingness to engage in treatment
Difference of sex offender assessment to traditional risk assessment?
They focus on sex, even down to social history. Are their relationships due to underlying needs to want to offend again?
They also don't listen to dynamic changes as much and focus on static ones from early onset.