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Sexual Offender Facts
In 93% of child sexual abuse cases, the child knows the person who commits the abuse. Only 7% are strangers and as many as 47% are family or extended family. (National Sex Offender Public Website, US Department of Justice)
95% of new sex offenses are committed by someone NOT already on a sex offender registry. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2006)
96% of sex offenders DO NOT commit another sex offense when released. (US Department of Justice)
Registered sex offenders have the lowest recidivism rates when compared to domestic violence, battery, drug offenses, theft, robbery, DUI, and assault. The only crime with a lower recidivism rate is murder. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2006)
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Published on 21 February 2013 by Wesley G. Jennings, the editor of the American Journal of Criminal Justice, is an assistant professor of criminology and a courtesy assistant professor of mental health law and policy at the University of South Florida.
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Published on 20 February 2013 by Roger N. Lancaster, a professor of anthropology and cultural studies at George Mason University, is the author of "Sex Panic and the Punitive State."
Published on 11 April 2013 by Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times
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Our world: 7 out of 10 girls, 4 out of 10 boys are sexually abused by age 16. In North America, sexual abuse takes place in 1 out of 3 homes.
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