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How to best predict sexual reoffending among sex offenders / Public Safety Canada.

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Public Safety Canada Library

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Alternate Title

Comment optimiser les prédictions de la récidive sexuelle chez les délinquants sexuels

Authors

ISSN

1916-4009

Publishers

Description

1 online resource (2 pages)

Note

Issued also in French under title : Comment optimiser les prédictions de la récidive sexuelle chez les délinquants sexuels
Preceding series, Research summary, 1996-2014, was published by volume and number sequence.

Summary

"The purpose of the current study was to review of 20 studies (with 12 independent samples) that have examined the ability of the STABLE-2007 to predict reoffending, as well as to determine whether the STABLE-2007 can improve our prediction of reoffending above and beyond the Static-99R."

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Series

Research Summary (Canada. Public Safety Canada) ; 2018-S002.

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