Offenders are assigned by the releasing authority to enter and complete sex offender treatment.
Contracted specialist provide individual and group therapy and updated techniques related to the offender’s thinking errors and aberrant behavior. Polygraph, Plethsymograph and Abel screening testing are used for the assessment and monitoring of offender sexual deviance, as a part of the therapy process, and for the protection of the community and potential victims.
A Sex Offender Supervision Team will provide oversight for all supervision aspects as it relates to this program.
Sex Offender Package:
(a) Agreement to comply with any curfew set by the board, the supervisory authority or the supervising officer
(b) A prohibition against contacting a person under 18 years of age without the prior written approval of the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer.
(c) A prohibition against frequenting, without the prior written approval of the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer, a place where persons under 18 years of age regularly congregate.
(d) A prohibition against working or volunteering at a school, day care center, park, playground or other place where persons under 18 years of age regularly congregate.
(e) Entry into and completion of or successful discharge from a sex offender treatment program approved by the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer. The program may include polygraph and plethysmograph testing. The person is responsible for paying for the treatment program.
(f) A prohibition against any contact with the victim, directly or indirectly, unless approved by the victim, the person’s treatment provider and the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer.
(g) Unless otherwise indicated for the treatment required under subparagraph (e) of this paragraph, a prohibition against viewing, listening to, owning or possessing any sexually stimulating visual or auditory materials that are relevant to the person’s deviant behavior.
(h) Agreement to consent to a search of the person or the vehicle or residence of the person upon the request of a representative of the board or supervisory authority if the representative has reasonable grounds to believe that evidence of a violation of a condition of post-prison supervision will be found.
(i) Participation in random polygraph examinations to obtain information for risk management and treatment. The person is responsible for paying the expenses of the examinations. The results of a polygraph examination under this subparagraph may not be used in evidence in a hearing to prove a violation of post-prison supervision.
(j) Maintenance of a driving log and a prohibition against driving a motor vehicle alone unless approved by the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer.
(k) A prohibition against using a post-office box unless approved by the board, supervisory authority or supervising officer.