Fast Facts About Public Policies and Laws Dealing With Sexual Offending
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ATSA BLOG POSTS
- HR1761: Bad Policy on the Horizon, June 13, 2017
- Q & A with Sandy Jung on “Sexual Violence Risk Prediction in a Police Context”, January 13, 2017
The following citations reflect research, publications, and presentations by current ATSA members.
- Hidden challenges: Sex offenders legislated into homelessness: Levenson (2018)
- Law enforcement perspectives on sex offender registration and notification: Effectiveness, challenges, and policy priorities: Harris, Levenson, Lobanov-Rostovsky, & Walfield (2018)
- Sex offender management policies and evidence-based recommendations for registry reform: Levenson (2018)
- Community protection policies and repeat sexual offenses in Florida: Levenson & Zgoba (2016)
- Commercial sexual exploitation of children and the emergence of safe harbor legislation: Implications for policy and practice: Shields & Letourneau (2015)
- How many sex offenders really live among us? Adjusted counts and population rates in five U.S. states: Ackerman, Levenson, & Harris (2012)
- Professionals' understanding of government strategies for the management of child sexual abusers: McCartan (2012)
- Community protection from sexual violence: Levenson (2011)
- Preventing sexual violence: Can examination of offense location inform sex crime policy?: Colombino, Mercado, Levenson, & Jeglic (2011)
- Sex offender policies in an era of zero tolerance: Levenson (2011)
- Sex offender residence restriction laws: Parental perceptions and public policy: Mancini, Shields, Mears, & Beaver (2010)
- Widening the net: The effects of transitioning to the Adam Walsh Act's federally mandated sex offender classification system: Harris, Lobanov-Rostovsky, & Levenson (2010)
- Restricting sex offender residences: Policy implications: Levenson (2009)
- The impact of specialized sex offender legislation on community reentry: Mercado, Alvarez, & Levenson (2008)
- Is this any way to develop policy?: Miner (2007)
- Myths and facts about sexual offenders: Implications for treatment and public policy: Fortney, Levenson, Brannon, & Baker (2007)
- Social policies designed to prevent sexual violence: The Emperor's new clothes?: Levenson & D’Amora (2007)
- When evidence is ignored: Residential restrictions for sex offenders: Tewksbury & Levenson (2007)
- What we know and do not know about assessing and treating sex offenders: Becker & Murphy (1998)
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