The purpose of this blog

The primary purpose and concern of The Sex Offender Statistics Blog is to create an international community that will disbribute information with the potential to help us all protect children and other potential victims.

This Blog is created to facilitate an open discussion among all individuals & groups willing to share ideas, data, protocols and/or policies relveant to the treatment of sex offenders. It is our hope that your participation will help us create those categories of interest, study, research and concern.

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If you want to publish an article to the blog, please e-mail the publisher for more information. Pre-approval is required to publish your article. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the publisher.


3 Responses to “The purpose of this blog”

  1. sexoffenderstatistics Says:

    One of the alarming stats in the study was 100% of the non-graduates who had victims 9 years or younger had major Drug and Alcohol histories. Here in Jacksonville , Florida in a recent article ( Florida Times Union Thursday 1/18/07) about drug crime in our community Gary Powers chief executive for Gateway Community services stated that substance abuse treatment beds for indigent clients has had to be cut back from 50 ten years ago to 30 now. There are no in patient treatment beds available for sex offenders in North Florida period. I have heard that there are some in South Florida. Are we really serious about protecting our children and other victims .

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