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Risk assessments usually improve when additional risk factors, such as dynamic (changeable) risk factors, are also examined by trained professionals.
Research-based risk assessment helps probation and parole officers decide which offenders need more intensive supervision, including active monitoring with GPS, and helps inform sex offender management decisions by supervising officers and treatment management professionals.
Risk scores are calculated based on the re-offense rates of numerous sex offenders.
When an offender has a score comparable to a large number of sex offenders on which the re-offense rates were derived, then the sex offender is expected to have a similar rate of sexual re-offense.
As offenders successfully live in the community without incurring new offenses, their recidivism risk declines.
In general, the expected sexual offense recidivism rate is reduced if the offender has over two years of offense-free behavior in the community.
Combining the scores on these risk instruments with the static score will improve the accuracy of risk predictions.
The STABLE-2007/ACUTE-2007 are used to assess the same offenders as the Static-99R.
The LS/CMI can be used to assess male and female offenders.
California uses dynamic and violence risk instruments that help improve predictive accuracy of risk of re-offense when considered together.
Static risk assessment (Static-99R) looks at unchanging factors in the offender's criminal history that predict risk.