ERASOREstimate of Risk of Adolescent Sexual Offense Recidivism
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The ERASOR: Estimate of risk of adolescent sexual offense recidivism, version 2.0.
The second risk assessment tool, the ERASOR (Worling & Curwen, 2001), assesses various risk factors and characteristics that are categorized into five domains: sexual interests, attitudes, behavior, historical sexual assaults, psychosocial functioning, family/environmental functioning, and treatment.
al., 2000) and the ERASOR (Worling & Curwin, 2001) to determine their psychometric value, it should be noted that none of the risk assessment measures currently in use have established predictive validity (Worling & Curwin, 2001).
Freeman tends to use the ERASOR, which has more fluid, dynamic predictive factors.
Prediction of Adolescent Sexual Reoffending: A Meta-Analysis of the J-SOAP-II, ERASOR, J-SORRAT-II, and Static-99.
The Estimate of Risk of Adolescent Sexual Offense Recidivism (ERASOR): Preliminary psychometric data.
There have been a number of risk assessment tools developed specifically to address the risk of sexual recidivism for adolescents, such as the ERASOR (Worling & Curwen, 2001), the Juvenile Sex Offender Assessment Protocol (J-SOAP II; Prentky & Righthand, 2003), the Juvenile Risk Assessment Tool (J-RAT; Rich, 2007), and the Juvenile Sexual Offense Recidivism Risk Assessment Tool-II (JSORRAT-II; Epperson, Ralston, Fowers, DeWitt, & Gore, 2006).
Estimate of Risk of Adolescent Sexual Offense Recidivism (Version 2.0: The "ERASOR").
The table below is a summary of risk items from the J-SOAPII and the ERASOR 2.0, identifying common risk factors across instruments, and organizing them into similar themes and constructs.
For the purposes of illustrating the general process of applying FAP to target dynamic risk needs, the following section provides a brief summary of the dynamic risk factors outlined in the ERASOR 2.0 and J-SOAP-II, including behavioral indi cators of these risk needs as O1s and O2s in daily life and as CRB1s and CRB2s in the treatment setting.