Sex Offenders: Identification, Risk Assessment, Treatment, and Legal Issues

Fabian M. Saleh, Harvard Medical School
Albert J. Grudzinskas Jr., University of Massachusetts Medical School
John M. Bradford, University of Ottawa
Daniel J. Brodsky

Albert J. Grudzinskas Jr. also co-authored chapters in this book: “Sexual Predator Laws and Their History" and “Community Based Management of Sex Offenders: An Examination of Sex Offender Registries and Community Notification in the United States and Canada."

Abstract

Summary: Provides an interdisciplinary overview of existing knowledge about sex offenders. It provides in-depth coverage of the problem of identification, risk assessment and management, treatment, and legal solutions. It seeks to ensure public safety while at the same time maintaining medical integrity and respect for due process. The book is intended for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and researchers who work with sex offenders, as well as attorneys, members of the judiciary, and policymakers.