Last week, the office filed an additional complaint against Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and a motion to intervene in the case of a year-old who filed a lawsuit earlier this year alleging the Constitutional rights of juvenile sex offenders are being violated in New Jersey. Both lawsuits argue that there was a rush to judgment when laws were passed creating sex offender registries that included juvenile sex offenders. Extensive research has shown that recidivism rates for juvenile sexual offenders are extremely low and putting them on a registry may actually have little effect on public safety while causing severe psychological harm to the juveniles themselves, according to the lawsuits. A juvenile under 14 must also register but can petition to be removed when they turn In the case from earlier this year, the year-old Union County resident is described as a magna cum laude graduate from Binghamton University, who volunteers at various organizations and has a job at an international company. He was adjudicated as delinquent on three counts of endangering the welfare of a child when he was 16 and will be registered as a sex offender until at least According to the lawsuit, she was first sexually abused when she was three.
View research View latest news Sign up for updates. Metrics details. This study adds to the scarce literature on female adolescent sexual offenders by examining differences between female adolescent sexual and nonsexual violent offenders in the prevalence and impact of dynamic risk and protective factors for general recidivism. The results of this study indicate that treatment programs developed for mainstream female offenders may also be useful for female sexual offenders in reducing general recidivism. Furthermore, the results are of importance for determining the main focus of treatment for both mainstream and sexual female adolescent offenders. Peer Review reports.
View research View latest news Sign up for updates. The phenomenon of juvenile female sexual offending was explored through the study of 67 youths who had been referred for either community-based or residential treatment following a documented history of sexual perpetration. These youths were compared to a group of 70 juvenile male sexual offenders across three parameters: developmental and psychiatric characteristics, history of maltreatment, and sexual perpetration characteristics. Relative to the juvenile males, the histories of the studied females reflected even more extensive and pervasive childhood maltreatment, with many of the youths exposed to the modeling of interpersonal aggression by females as well as males. The majority of these juvenile female sexual offenders demonstrated repetitive patterns of sexual offending with multiple victims, suggesting psychosexual disturbances equivalent in severity to the comparison group of males.
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