Advanced Training in Juvenile Sex Offenders: Case Assessment and Planning

Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Training: 9:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Fee: $20 for Partnership Members, $120 for Non-Partnership Members

To register

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DESCRIPTION : Child Protection and Juvenile Justice Workers are often challenged by the complicated nature of working with Juvenile Sex Offenders. This training is designed to assist workers in developing competence in case planning and work with children and adolescents who are sexually reactive or have committed or are charged with a sexual offense. This training provides information about these issues that a CPS or juvenile justice worker can use to facilitate collaborative planning for a child or adolescent with families, schools, and other professionals involved.


  • The worker understands appropriate child sexual development and can assess the difference between sexual behavior expected for an age group, sexual reactivity, and sexual abuse.

  • The worker understands the different types of juvenile sexual offending and can develop an individualized case plan appropriate for the juvenile and his/her circumstances.

  • Worker knows the importance of including the juvenile offender’s family in assessment, treatment and supervision.

  • The worker can identify family member reactions to a juvenile sex offense in the family and can identify skills for addressing those reactions.

  • The worker can identify and coordinate multiple services to multiple parties including the victim, the offender, the juvenile’s parents/caretakers and siblings.

  • The worker knows the components of a comprehensive sex offense specific assessment, how to obtain the assessment and can use the assessment to plan services for the juvenile sex offender.

  • The worker is familiar with critical treatment components for juvenile sex offending and understands the complex issues involved in reunification and case closure.

  • The worker understands the elements of progression of the sexual offending cycle as applied to juvenile sex offenders.

  • The worker understand the elements of electronics as related to pornography a serious epidemic and how to protect the youth from further exposure of pornographic material.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Child Welfare Workers (CPS and Juvenile Justice) who want to increase their understanding of children and adolescents who are sexually reactive or have committed or charged with a sexual offending and want to increase their knowledge and understanding of working collaboratively with the families, schools, and other professionals involved.

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Last Updated: December 2, 2013
December 2, 2013