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The current study aimed to advance risk assessment for sexual offenders by identifying the dynamic risk factors for sexual offenders on community supervision, and by presenting a method by which static, stable and acute factors can be combined into an overall evaluation of risk. Sex Offender Risk Assessment Adopted by the ATSA Executive Board of Directors on August 30, 2012 Definitions (in brief) Risk Assessment: The use of various tools or instruments typically based on scientific evidence, to estimate an offenders’ potential for reoffending or causing harm to others and potential causes or sources of that risk.

Assessment Tools and Objective Measures of Alleged Sex Offenders The Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program 522: Supervisory Issues in Child Sexual Abuse Handout #38, Page 1 of 2 The Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest (AASI) The STABLE-2007 is a 13-item risk assessment tool divided into five (5) sections. SORAF is a web-based assessment management system designed for large-scale deployment of sex offender risk assessment instruments, namely Static-99, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007, across multiple jurisdictions, with central administration, multi-level control and reporting.

SORAF is a comprehensive and secure web-based assessment management system designed for large-scale deployment of sex offender risk assessment instruments, namely Static-99, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007, across multiple jurisdictions, with central administration, multi-level control and reporting.