Sex Offender Awareness Programs

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Working directly and/or indirectly with people who have sexually offended requires general and specific knowledge of prevention, assessment and case management in order to minimize the likelihood of re-offending. Our courses teach you about the contemporary issues in this area as well how to score the most widely-used actuarial risk and needs scales for the assessment of sexual offenders. Students will also be applying that knowledge to case supervision.

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Who Should Take These Courses

Our sex offender courses have been designed for professionals in the field who are conducting risk assessments or providing case planning and supervision with sexual offenders. Entry level students and those professionals already in the field interested in learning about sexual violence prevention will find these courses applicable. People involved with the justice system and those helping to safely reintegrate offenders back into the community can also benefit from these courses. Current users seeking to refine and consolidate their expertise can utilize these courses and organizations who would like to train their staff.

Dr. R. Karl Hanson, the co-creator of STATIC-99RSTABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007, has a video message for those interested in taking these courses. If you can play and hear Dr. Karl Hanson's video introduction below, you likely have the computer requirements to play the video clips in these online courses.

Courses have a combination of self-study, group interaction and online instruction. Students may download all course materials. Each course is guided by a trained professional working in the field of sex offender risk/needs assessment and case supervision.

Course Overviews

NEW! Contemporary Issues in Sexual Violence Prevention (CORR-2000)
This course explores current perspectives in a wide variety of topics that will be of interest to those who are new to the field of sexual offender behavior, treatment and management.

STATIC-99R: Sex Offender Risk Assessment (CORR-1200)
Participants learn how to score and interpret the STATIC-99R risk assessment tool with adult male sexual offenders.

STABLE-2007/ACUTE-2007: Sex Offender Needs Assessment (CORR-1201)
This training provides detailed instruction and practical experience in the use of the STABLE-2007 and the ACUTE-2007 needs assessment tools.

Sex Offender Case Planning (CORR-1203)
Participants learn to develop dynamic, effective case plans that focus on the unique risk and needs of sexual offenders who have been assessed using STATIC-99R, STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007.

Course Overviews

NEW! Contemporary Issues in Sexual Violence Prevention (CORR-2000)
This course explores current perspectives in a wide variety of topics that will be of interest to those who are new to the field of sexual offender behavior, treatment and management.

STATIC-99R: Sex Offender Risk Assessment (CORR-1200)
Participants learn how to score and interpret the STATIC-99R risk assessment tool with adult male sexual offenders.

STABLE-2007/ACUTE-2007: Sex Offender Needs Assessment (CORR-1201)
This training provides detailed instruction and practical experience in the use of the STABLE-2007 and the ACUTE-2007 needs assessment tools.

Sex Offender Case Planning (CORR-1203)
Participants learn to develop dynamic, effective case plans that focus on the unique risk and needs of sexual offenders who have been assessed using STATIC-99R, STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007.

Registration

To register, contact the JIBC Registration Office at register@jibc.ca or 604.528.5590, toll-free 1.877.528.5591 (North America only).

(Note: Online registration is only available in Canada; all others must register by contacting the Registration Office.)

More Information

If you have questions or would like to discuss customized training for groups, contact soap-ccsd@jibc.ca.

Computer Requirements

Participants must be comfortable using computers and the Internet.  Check to see if you meet the other minimum computer requirements for this course.


Last updated March 9, 2016