A sex offender may be classified based by risk of future behavior.
(2) likelihood of repeat offense
(3) risk to community
no predatory behavior, participated in a treatment program, have insight, first time offender, usually known to victim
predatory, refuse treatment with no insight, history of multiple offenses, may exhibit cruelty, usually do not know victims, severe personality or mental disorder
Behavioral factors may include:
(1) predatory behavior
(2) participation in treatment
(3) insight into crime and remorse for victims
(4) history of previous sexual crimes
(5) history of other criminal behaviors
(6) substance abuse
(7) personality and/or mental disorder
(8) level of violence towards victims
(9) relationship with victims
Information about an offender that is available to the public increases with the level, depending on the jurisdiction.
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