((SSexex OOffenderffender
SSense)ense)Presented byPresented by
New NameNew Name Ministries Fort Worth, TexasMinistries For...
New NameNew Name MinistryMinistry
OUR MISSION:OUR MISSION:
To minister to sex offenders and their families.To minister to ...
New Name Ministries
This presentation is based on careful research
representing public information concerning
education, p...
To the Unknown Victims
We realize that former victim's of sexual abuse
may be attending this presentation. Please
know it ...
Who is a sex offender?
Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex
OffendersOffenders
It has been seven years since she learned that her...
Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex
OffendersOffenders
Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex
OffendersOffenders
Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex
OffendersOffenders
BROOKSHIRE, Texas – A 12-year-old boy has been acc...
Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex
OffendersOffenders
A former high school teacher has been charged with...
What is a sex offender?
A person who engages in any sexual activity that
violates the rights and privacy of another.
Two Types:
Known – RSO’s
Unknown – 85%
Types of Sex Offenders
Frotteurism: intentional sexual touch in public.
Most common and hardest to prove.
Voyeurism (“Peep...
Types of Sex Offenders
Pedophilia: primary interest in prepubescent children
(exclusive: only children, non-exclusive: joi...
Examples of Sexual Offenses
Consensual sex between 17 yo boy and 15 yo girl.
Possession or distribution of illegal pornogr...
Examples of Sexual Offenses
Anyone caught urinating in a public place.
Kids/adults that “moon” someone as a prank.
Burglar...
How Many Offenders?
1 in 20 Males,
1 in 3,300 Females
Will Sexually Offend.
How Many Victims?
Women 1/4, only 1/16 disclose
Men 1/10, only 1/60 disclose
Biblical View of Sexual ImmoralityBiblical View of Sexual Immorality
Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said do not
c...
Biblical View of Sexual ImmoralityBiblical View of Sexual Immorality
Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a
man com...
Contrasts:
Admitted Child
Molesters All Americans
Married or formerly married 77% 73%
Some college 46% 49%
High school gra...
Ethnic Groups:
Admitted Child
Molesters All Americans
Caucasian 79% 72%
Hispanic/Latin-American 9% 11%
African-American 6%...
Which Children Are Most At Risk?
Children in the Family
Biological Child 19%
Stepchild, Adopted or Foster Child 30%
Brothe...
Which Children are most at risk?
Children in the Neighborhood
Child Left in My Care 5%
Child of Friend or Neighbor 40%
Chi...
The FactsThe Facts
 Not all sex offenders are predators.Not all sex offenders are predators.
 Not all sex offenders areN...
The FactsThe Facts
 Sex offenders exist throughout our society.Sex offenders exist throughout our society.
 They mostly ...
2004 Meta-Analysis Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada
(R. Karl Hanson and Kelly Morton-Bourgon)
13.7% Sexuall...
Updated 2004 Michigan Recidivism Statistics Chart
4,762 Paroled Offenders (Statistics gathered over a period of 11 years)
...
Does Treatment Work?Does Treatment Work?
Surveys show that sex offenders that receive
treatment have a 50% reduction in re...
A 15 Year Study; “concluded that more than 80% of sex offenders who have undergone
treatment do not reoffend within 15 yea...
99%
1%
100% of Sex Offender Laws
Based on Less Than 1% of Cases
Megan’s Law and amendments are based on cases involving ab...
What Can We Do?What Can We Do?
 Establish healthy family and socialEstablish healthy family and social
boundaries.boundar...
What Can We Do?What Can We Do?
 Become part of the process of change andBecome part of the process of change and
accounta...
What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do?
The Church can do all things through Christ!The Church can do all things th...
What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do?
““My people perish for lack of knowledge…”My people perish for lack of know...
What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do?
Policies and procedures in your church need to maintainPolicies and procedu...
New Name Ministries
“The only thing to fear, is fear itself.”
There is no fear in love. But
perfect love drives out fear,
...
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Sex Offender Sense - New Name Ministries

  1. 1. ((SSexex OOffenderffender SSense)ense)Presented byPresented by New NameNew Name Ministries Fort Worth, TexasMinistries Fort Worth, Texas www.newnameministries.orgwww.newnameministries.org
  2. 2. New NameNew Name MinistryMinistry OUR MISSION:OUR MISSION: To minister to sex offenders and their families.To minister to sex offenders and their families. To educate the public regarding sex offender issues.To educate the public regarding sex offender issues. To pursue balanced sex offender laws to better serve public safety.To pursue balanced sex offender laws to better serve public safety.
  3. 3. New Name Ministries This presentation is based on careful research representing public information concerning education, policies and procedures for working with sex offenders. In no way is this to be considered conclusive or to guarantee that the information received will keep children, youth and vulnerable adults in your community safe from sexual offense. Consult relevant authorities regarding further information on policies and procedures for working with sex offenders.
  4. 4. To the Unknown Victims We realize that former victim's of sexual abuse may be attending this presentation. Please know it is NOT our desire to re-victimize anyone, only to educate the public. If anyone feels revictimized, please make us aware of it after the presentation so we may consider how to better serve the public.
  5. 5. Who is a sex offender?
  6. 6. Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex OffendersOffenders It has been seven years since she learned that her 53-year-old executive husband wasIt has been seven years since she learned that her 53-year-old executive husband was accused of molesting a child under the age of 14. He quickly admitted guilt and wasaccused of molesting a child under the age of 14. He quickly admitted guilt and was arrested. After posting bail the next day, he came home, but she ordered him awayarrested. After posting bail the next day, he came home, but she ordered him away from her and their children. Public records show he shot himself in the head a dayfrom her and their children. Public records show he shot himself in the head a day later.later.
  7. 7. Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex OffendersOffenders
  8. 8. Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex OffendersOffenders
  9. 9. Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex OffendersOffenders BROOKSHIRE, Texas – A 12-year-old boy has been accused of sodomizing anBROOKSHIRE, Texas – A 12-year-old boy has been accused of sodomizing an 8-year-old boy with a bamboo stick while four other young children held the boy8-year-old boy with a bamboo stick while four other young children held the boy down.down.
  10. 10. Recent Headlines about SexRecent Headlines about Sex OffendersOffenders A former high school teacher has been charged with sexually assaulting a studentA former high school teacher has been charged with sexually assaulting a student according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department. Lisa Minchew, 28, wasaccording to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department. Lisa Minchew, 28, was arrested Wednesday…arrested Wednesday…
  11. 11. What is a sex offender? A person who engages in any sexual activity that violates the rights and privacy of another.
  12. 12. Two Types: Known – RSO’s Unknown – 85%
  13. 13. Types of Sex Offenders Frotteurism: intentional sexual touch in public. Most common and hardest to prove. Voyeurism (“Peeping Tom”): secretive viewing. Live Pornography. Exhibitionism: exposing to strangers. Highest rate of recidivism of all sexual offenses.
  14. 14. Types of Sex Offenders Pedophilia: primary interest in prepubescent children (exclusive: only children, non-exclusive: joint interest in children and adults). Child molester: commonly situational, not exclusive. Rapist: violent force of will upon another.
  15. 15. Examples of Sexual Offenses Consensual sex between 17 yo boy and 15 yo girl. Possession or distribution of illegal pornography. Solicitation of a prostitute for sexual services.
  16. 16. Examples of Sexual Offenses Anyone caught urinating in a public place. Kids/adults that “moon” someone as a prank. Burglary of a habitat while inhabited.
  17. 17. How Many Offenders? 1 in 20 Males, 1 in 3,300 Females Will Sexually Offend.
  18. 18. How Many Victims? Women 1/4, only 1/16 disclose Men 1/10, only 1/60 disclose
  19. 19. Biblical View of Sexual ImmoralityBiblical View of Sexual Immorality Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said do not commit adultery. But I tell you that anyone who has looked at a women lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” -Matthew 5:27-28
  20. 20. Biblical View of Sexual ImmoralityBiblical View of Sexual Immorality Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a man commits are outside his body, he who sins sexually sins against his own body. Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body. 1Corinthians 6:18-20
  21. 21. Contrasts: Admitted Child Molesters All Americans Married or formerly married 77% 73% Some college 46% 49% High school graduate 30% 32% Working 65% 64% Religious 93% 93% Sources: The Abel and Harlow Stop Child Molestation Study (4,000 child molesters) and the 1999 U.S. Census Statistical Abstract.
  22. 22. Ethnic Groups: Admitted Child Molesters All Americans Caucasian 79% 72% Hispanic/Latin-American 9% 11% African-American 6% 12% Asian 1% 4% American-Indian 3% 1% Sources: The Abel and Harlow Stop Child Molestation Study (4,000 child molesters) and the 1999 U.S. Census Statistical Abstract.
  23. 23. Which Children Are Most At Risk? Children in the Family Biological Child 19% Stepchild, Adopted or Foster Child 30% Brothers and Sisters 12% Nieces and Nephews 18% Grandchild 5%
  24. 24. Which Children are most at risk? Children in the Neighborhood Child Left in My Care 5% Child of Friend or Neighbor 40% Children Who Are Strangers Child Strangers 10% Sources: The Abel and Harlow Stop Child Molestation Study (4,000 child molesters) and the 1999 U.S. Census Statistical Abstract. Note: Some child molesters molest children in more than one category, therefore categories total more than 100 percent.
  25. 25. The FactsThe Facts  Not all sex offenders are predators.Not all sex offenders are predators.  Not all sex offenders areNot all sex offenders are child molesters.child molesters.  Not all child molesters are pedophiles.Not all child molesters are pedophiles.
  26. 26. The FactsThe Facts  Sex offenders exist throughout our society.Sex offenders exist throughout our society.  They mostly offend others close to them,They mostly offend others close to them, mainly those in their family or social circle.mainly those in their family or social circle.  90 % of child molesters report that they90 % of child molesters report that they know their victims very well.know their victims very well.
  27. 27. 2004 Meta-Analysis Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada (R. Karl Hanson and Kelly Morton-Bourgon) 13.7% Sexually Reoffend 23.3% Non-Sexual Offense 63.1% Will Not Reoffend
  28. 28. Updated 2004 Michigan Recidivism Statistics Chart 4,762 Paroled Offenders (Statistics gathered over a period of 11 years) 2.46% Returned Different Offense 3.65% Returned Same Offense 93.89% Did Not Reoffend
  29. 29. Does Treatment Work?Does Treatment Work? Surveys show that sex offenders that receive treatment have a 50% reduction in re- offense.
  30. 30. A 15 Year Study; “concluded that more than 80% of sex offenders who have undergone treatment do not reoffend within 15 years.” – The State of Texas Council on Sex Offender Treatment (CSOT) quotes the December 2002 publication of Psychiatry News. 80% Did Not Reoffend Over 15 Years
  31. 31. 99% 1% 100% of Sex Offender Laws Based on Less Than 1% of Cases Megan’s Law and amendments are based on cases involving abduction, sexual assault and murder. These represent less than 1% of the overall sex crime statistics but affects 100% of the cases.
  32. 32. What Can We Do?What Can We Do?  Establish healthy family and socialEstablish healthy family and social boundaries.boundaries.  Separate the behavior from the person.Separate the behavior from the person. Hate the sin – not the sinner.Hate the sin – not the sinner.  Acknowledge change is possible for theAcknowledge change is possible for the offender.offender.
  33. 33. What Can We Do?What Can We Do?  Become part of the process of change andBecome part of the process of change and accountability.accountability.  Become familiar with the “red flags” of theBecome familiar with the “red flags” of the individual’s sexual abuse cycle. Know whatindividual’s sexual abuse cycle. Know what their high risk behaviors are.their high risk behaviors are.  Be familiar with their terms of probation orBe familiar with their terms of probation or parole and help hold them accountable.parole and help hold them accountable.
  34. 34. What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do? The Church can do all things through Christ!The Church can do all things through Christ! We are called to change the world!We are called to change the world! We have the most important role in addressingWe have the most important role in addressing this problem in our society.this problem in our society.
  35. 35. What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do? ““My people perish for lack of knowledge…”My people perish for lack of knowledge…” GET KNOWLEDGE – GET TRAINEDGET KNOWLEDGE – GET TRAINED WE CAN HELPWE CAN HELP you establish policies and proceduresyou establish policies and procedures in your church for registered sex offenders andin your church for registered sex offenders and allall church leadership including teachers and volunteers.church leadership including teachers and volunteers.
  36. 36. What Can the Church Do?What Can the Church Do? Policies and procedures in your church need to maintainPolicies and procedures in your church need to maintain bi-lateral accountability, creating protection frm thebi-lateral accountability, creating protection frm the known and unknown.known and unknown. o Educate your leadership/congregations.Educate your leadership/congregations. o Set effective - protective boundaries.Set effective - protective boundaries. o Create a team of chaperones.Create a team of chaperones.
  37. 37. New Name Ministries “The only thing to fear, is fear itself.” There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. 1 John 4:18
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