The majority of individuals in the program are mandated by parole, probation, or family court conditions. Conditions for acceptance into the program will include individuals accepting responsibility for their behaviors, having a level of risk which can be safely managed by the resources available in the community, and having a willingness to comply with program expectations. There are several areas in which individuals are expected to make progress during the course of their involvement in the program. These areas are:. Clinical assessment includes static and dynamic risk factors to address individual treatment needs of participants.
Containment Model | CPC
New and emerging collaborative responses to sex offender management are challenging traditional notions about how treatment providers and probation and parole officers POs deliver services to this difficult population. Typically, sex offender treatment professionals provide community-based services to offenders who are supervised by POs. Yet, no comprehensive survey has investigated how treatment providers and POs collaborate and view their relationships with each other. This national random survey examined the beliefs and behaviors of community-based adult sex-offender treatment providers concerning various types of provider and PO interactions and collaborative models. Overall, treatment providers reported that they value frequent and substantive communication with POs concerning mutual clients.
California Sex Offender Management Board
Jackson County Community Justice operates a nationally recognized sex offender treatment program that focuses on community safety, recidivism reduction, victim restoration, and offender accountability. The Community Justice sex offender unit utilizes a containment model in the supervision of this offender population. The utilization of the containment model provides for a multi-agency partnership in the cooperative supervision of offenders within the community and assists in maintaining the overall goal and vision of community safety, offender accountability and rehabilitation.
Sexual victimization remains a significant and pervasive problem throughout the United States. It is estimated that one in every five girls and one in every seven boys are sexually abused by the time they reach adulthood Finkelhor, Because of the intensely personal nature of sexual victimization and the unique dynamics involved in these cases, these crimes tend to remain underreported and largely undetected.