Sex offender community-based management, re-entry and reintegration

The conference was hosted by the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and held at UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Centre on 12 April 2016.

The conference highlighted the cutting-edge practice and research developments in the domain of sex offender management and community re-entry.

See the keynote conference and panel presentations below.

Conference introduction

International Forum on Sex Offender Community-Based Management, Re-entry, and Reintegration
Dr Andrew Harris, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

Keynote conference presentations

Working with Persons who have Sexually Offended: Current knowledge and trends
Dr Robin Wilson, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

European CoSA's (Circles of Support and Accountability): Different contexts, different models
Dr Mechtild Hoing, Avans University, Netherlands

Panel presentations

Generating Social Capital through CoSA: the Vermont Experience
Derek Miodownik, Vermont Department of Corrections, USA

Circles of Support & Accountability: Just the basics…
Dr Robin Wilson, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

Engaging communities in the integration of those who have committed sexual harms:  Reflections, considerations and strategies
Dr Kieran McCartan, University of the West of England, UK

 

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