Predicting prison misconduct. Notes on the development of Static That certain items or domains of risk factors add incrementally to the prediction of violence or crime is uncontroversial. A survey of psychological test use patterns among forensic psychologists. New York: Academic Press.
Babchishin, K. Distinguishing and combining risks for sexual and violent recidivism.
Caldwell examined juvenile sexual recidivism rates in 33, cases from studies dating from to Analyses conducted separately for each comparison, with each sample entered as strata and the riskinstruments entered in Step 1. The StaticR is based on static unchanging risk factors which predict the potential for sexual re-offending.
Risk Assessment Instruments StaticR. Zald, D.
Each additional sign of risk is scored 1 point. The final form of the instrument offers recidivism rates for each of six rank-ordered score levels i. As such, it served both to change the manner by which people conducted risk assessments and as the stepping stone for the development of second-generation actuarial instrumentation, though it is still being used because of its unique contribution to risk assessment technology.
The final form of the instrument offers recidivism rates for each of six rank-ordered score levels i. Research involving dimensions of risk i. The total scale score for the instrument is computed through simple addition across the 4 item scores.
Zald, D. The study examined re-offense rates of parolee sex offenders five years after release from prison to the community. The combination of the three instruments, static, dynamic, and violence will give a better picture of the overall risk of individuals who have previously sexually offended.
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