Academy of Healing Arts Massage and Facial Skin Care Sexually Violent Predators

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Sexually violent predators are among the most feared and the most ridiculed individuals in our society. Some states have enacted legislation to allow civil commitment of sexually violent predators once they have been released from prison. Discuss the pros and cons of this legislation. Include in your discussion the implications for human services providers.

Work with sexually predators for the first three years in human services.

References

Alleyne, J. E., Joshi, K. G., & Gehle, M. E. (2016). Expert witness testimony in civil commitment hearings for sexually dangerous individuals. Journal Of The American Academy Of Psychiatry And The Law, 44(2), 265-267.

Herzberg, J. T. (2015). Foundations in human services practice: A generalist perspective on individual, agency, and community. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. ISBN: 9780205858255; eISBN: 9780205982233
Chapter 2: Case Management: A Human Services Practice

Lieb, R. & Matson, S. (1998). Sexual predator commitment laws in the United States: 1998 update. Retrieved from http://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/sexcomm_98.pdf

Wrighten, S. A., Al-Barwani, M. B., Moran, R. R., McKee, G. R., & Dwyer, R. G. (2015). Sexually violent predators and civil commitment: is selection evidence based? Journal Of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 26(5), 652-666