Sex Offender Recidivism Fact Based Research Statistics

By AVNet News . . . This is a very thorough and well documented discussion of why the general opinion of sex offender re-offense is that it is high and then an equally thorough and well documented elaboration showing it is not. Multiple, easy to understand charts are used and multiple studies referenced. For recidivism research, this is invaluable.

Sex Offender Recidivism Fact Based Research Statistics

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