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A containment approach requires the integration of a collection of attitudes, expectations, laws, policies, procedures, and practices that have clearly been designed to work together.
This approach is implemented through interagency and interdisciplinary teamwork.
Field research uncovered specific, targeted methods for managing sex offenders and led to insights that culminated in a detailed proposal -- a model containment process -- for the management of adult sex offenders serving community sentences.
Five-part model containment process The model process for managing adult sex offenders in the community is a containment approach that seeks to hold offenders accountable through the combined use of both offenders' internal controls and external control measures (such as the use of the polygraph and relapse prevention plans).
Orders for no contact with the victim are sought at the earliest opportunity.
Key issues: In 1994, State prisons held 88,100 sex offenders compared to 20,500 in 1980.