The challenges associated with reentry after incarceration are intensified for individuals who have been convicted of sex offenses. Research reveals that upon return to the community, sex offenders are more likely to be rearrested for a non-sex crime than a new sex crime, and that supervision violation rates are high. The field struggles with developing effective comprehensive reentry strategies that respond to the myriad general and specialized needs of sex offenders. This webinar is the first in a series designed for professionals working to prepare individuals convicted of a sexual offense to return to the community. More Information
OH: Some say residency restrictions lack efficacy, fairness to sex offendersSource: local12.com 2/16/24 A Local 12 investigation is prompting a city to take action against sex...
MO: Missouri Alliance for Family Restoration advocates for updates to sex offender registry guidelinesSource: baptistnews.com 2/19/24 Sex offender registry guidelines should be updated to more accurately reflect those ex-convicts...