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Understanding Sex Offenders: An Introductory Curriculum Section 3: Common Characteristics of Sex Offenders
Section 32 Who is the Typical Sex Offender? There is no sex offender profile. Sex offenders are a heterogeneous group. They may be more similar to the general population than different.
Section 33 Sex Offenders Come From All Walks of Life Age Socioeconomic status Intellectual functioning Mental health Gender
Section 34 Commonly Identified Characteristics Deviant sexual arousal, interest, or preferences Cognitive distortions Social, interpersonal, and intimacy deficits Victim empathy deficits Poor self- management skills Under-detected deviant sexual behaviors History of maltreatment
Section 35 Key Examples of Static Risk Factors Age of onset Prior sex offenses Male victims Unrelated, unfamiliar victims Deviant sexual interests, preferences Unmarried Antisocial personality/psychopathy (Hanson & Bussiere, 1998; Hanson & Morton-Bourgon, 2004)
Section 36 Key Examples of Dynamic Risk Factors Intimacy deficits/conflicts Hostility Emotional identification with children Sexual preoccupation Lifestyle instability, self-regulation difficulties Crime-tolerant attitudes Supervision and treatment non- compliance (Hanson & Harris, 2000; Hanson & Morton-Bourgon, 2004)
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