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Exploring the profiles of Aboriginal sexual offenders : contrasting Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal sexual offenders to determine unique client characteristics and potential implications for sex offender assessment and treatment strategies / Lawrence A. Ellerby & Paula MacPherson.

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Alternate Title

Profil des délinquants sexuels autochtones: analyse comparative visant à déterminer les caractéristiques des délinquants sexuels autochtones et non autochtones en vue d'améliorer les stratégies d'évaluation et de traitement destinées à cette clientèle.

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x, 88 p. ; 28 cm.

Note

"Native Clan Organization Inc. (Manitoba). Forensic Behavioral Management Clinic."
Also issued in French under title: Profil des délinquants sexuels autochtones: analyse comparative visant à déterminer les caractéristiques des délinquants sexuels autochtones et non autochtones en vue d'améliorer les stratégies d'évaluation et de traitement destinées à cette clientèle.
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Summary

The Native Clan Organization's Forensic Behavioral Management Clinic (FBMC) is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba and provides assessment and treatment services for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal individuals who have engaged in sexual offending behaviour. In an effort to profile and better understand the composition and characteristics of offenders who completed treatment at FBMC, an offender database was established. The database includes 235 variables and encompasses a range of areas including general offender characteristics, Aboriginal offender specific characteristics, developmental history, criminal history, pattern of offending behaviour and participation in and response to treatment. The objective of identifying the characteristics of the men who participated in treatment at FBMC was to assist in guiding the programs evolution to better meet the needs of the men assessed and provided care for, as well as to access information that can contribute to the knowledge base in this field.

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Series

Research Report (Canada. Correctional Service Canada. Research Branch) ; 2002, No. R-122.

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