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Enhancing evidence-based treatment of child sexual abuse material offenders : Marie Henshaw, Chelsea Arnold, Rajan Darjee and James Ogloff the development of the CEM-COPE program

By: Henshaw, Marie.
Contributor(s): Arnold, Chelsea | Darjee, Rajan | Ogloff, James.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice.Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Criminology, 2020Description: electronic document (14 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE | PERPETRATOR PROGRAMMES | PORNOGRAPHY | SEX OFFENDERS | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TECHNOLOGY | TREATMENT | INTERNATIONAL | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, no. 607, October 2020Summary: Recent research suggests that child sexual abuse material (CSAM) offenders have distinct characteristics and intervention needs when compared to contact sexual offenders. As such, many sexual offender treatment programs may not be suitable for CSAM offenders without a history of contact offences. This paper describes the development of the CEM-COPE (Coping with Child Exploitation Material Use) Program. We discuss CSAM offender characteristics, recidivism rates and treatment considerations, before outlining the rationale, specifications and underpinnings of the CEM-COPE Program. Challenges in this research area and considerations for future research are also addressed. (Authors' abstract). Record #6912
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Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, no. 607, October 2020

Recent research suggests that child sexual abuse material (CSAM) offenders have distinct characteristics and intervention needs when compared to contact sexual offenders. As such, many sexual offender treatment programs may not be suitable for CSAM offenders without a history of contact offences. This paper describes the development of the CEM-COPE (Coping with Child Exploitation Material Use) Program. We discuss CSAM offender characteristics, recidivism rates and treatment considerations, before outlining the rationale, specifications and underpinnings of the CEM-COPE Program. Challenges in this research area and considerations for future research are also addressed. (Authors' abstract). Record #6912