Sexual offending is a major problem within society due to the serious consequences it causes the victims, families, and the community. As a result, researchers in the area of forensic psychology are hard at work trying to understand sexual offenders more deeply so that we can devise better risk assessment methods, and provide more effective prevention and intervention strategies.
At this free event, researchers within the Forensic and Clinical Research Group at the University of Lincoln will provide a series of talks and demonstrations to showcase what forensic psychology has taught us about sexual offending. Attendees will learn about the kinds of research being undertaken at the university and how it can be used in the real-world. It is hoped that the event will dispel common myths about sexual offending, while providing useful insights into what we do know. All are welcome (except anyone under 18 years old).
15 May 2015
David Chiddick Building, University of Lincoln
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