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Pharmacological interventions versus placebo or standard care which might include psychological interventions or no treatment. Youth Needs and Progress Scale- July 7, Types of participants Adults aged 18 years old and over, treated in institutional prison or psychiatric facility or community settings for sexual behaviours that have resulted in conviction or caution for sexual offences, offences with a sexual element, or violent behaviours with a sexual element for example, sexual offences where murder is the index offence , or seeking treatment on a voluntary basis for behaviours that would be classified as illegal.
Ethical and legal issues in the assessment and treatment of juvenile sex offenders.