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Residential Clustering of Registered Sex Offenders

2005 Arizona:

A Study of Sex Offender Clustering in Phoenix, Arizona

In September 2005, Phoenix City Council, through the Phoenix Police Department, contracted with ASU's Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety to conduct a multidimensional study examining potential problems associated with the clustering of sex offenders. The study involves examining four dimensions of sex offender clustering: 1) the nature and impact in time and space of sex offender clustering; 2) the offense patterns and trajectories of sex-offenders; 3) the social and psychological impact of sex offender clustering on neighborhood-residents, and 4) the impact of sex offender clusters on constituent sex offenders. ...Actual Studies... by Research Staff: Charles M. Katz, Ph.D. -and- Todd Armstrong -and- Vince Webb

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