Assessment and management of sexual offenders

Robert Hale, Carine Minn, and Anne Zachary

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Committingtheoffence, arrest,.. and. charge

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Preparation.of .reports Pretrial

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Treatment. .of..sex..o!fenders Treatment.. within..a ..custodial. setting inpatient..tre,atment

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Assessment and treatment

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Confidentiality

Conclusion Chapter.. References

The purpose of this chapter is to consider the management of those sexual disorders which contravene the law. Obviously, laws and social morals vary in different countries. The reference point here will be the law as it applies in England and Wales, with occasional comparisons and contrasts.

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