Courses: STABLE-2007/ACUTE-2007: Sex Offender Ne

Course Details:
The STABLE-2007/ACUTE-2007 was developed by R. Karl Hanson, PhD, and Andrew J.R. Harris, PhD. Dr. Harris delivers this online training to you using videotaped segments enhanced by an online moderator who is experienced with sex offender needs assessments and supervision. This online training provides an overview, detailed instruction and practical experience in the use of STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007 dynamic needs assessment tools. The course prepares criminal justice personnel and other professionals to employ these measures and to estimate the risk of a sex offender's sexual and violent recidivism. In its discussion of risk factors, the course also explores the major variables that have been found to underlie sexual re-offence. This is a 21-hour online course, designed to be completed part-time over five weeks. All materials and resources are provided electronically. Evaluative components for this training include course participation (completion of all exercises) and a final written assignment and exam. (Formerly SOAP106) Important prerequisite: Completion of CORR-1200 (STATIC-99R) or SOAP105 (STATIC-99R)training is required before registering in this course. If the prerequisite requirement has not been met, you will be withdrawn from the course.

Course Code: CORR-1201
Department: Corrections & Community Justic
Prerequisites: CORR-1200
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