Nelson, Meredith
March 2007
Journal for Juvenile Justice Services;2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1/2, p7
Academic Journal
This article outlines the common characteristics of juvenile sex offenders and the modalities of treatment that are considered to be effective by treatment providers in working with this population. In addition, practitioners perceptions and reactions to treating juvenile sex offenders will be addressed. Research has shown that experience, preparation from training, and victim status are related to positive tendencies toward sex offenders.


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