Journal of Learning Disabilities and Offending Behaviour: Volume 2 Issue 2


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The way back: a reasoned and data based approach to increasing community access for sex offenders during and post treatment

Brandie Stevenson, Luke Lynn, Katelyn Miller, Dave Hingsburger

Community‐based treatment programmes serving people with learning/intellectual disabilities face the problem of deciding how and when and under what conditions those in treatment…


Redesigning and evaluating an adapted sex offender treatment programme for offenders with an intellectual disability in a secure setting: preliminary findings

Julia Large, Cathy Thomas

The purpose of this paper is to describe a study which investigated the diverse needs of multiple stakeholders in an adapted sex offender treatment programme (ASOTP) and then…


Do male and female forensic patients with learning disabilities differ on subscales of the Novaco Anger Scale and Provocation Inventory (NAS‐PI)?

Jane Chilvers, Cathy Thomas

High levels of anger have been associated with forensic learning disabled populations. The role of gender within the experience of anger is not clear. This study aims to start…

Ten top tips for effectively involving people with a learning disability in research

Pamela Inglis, Tina Cook

Historically, people with learning disabilities have been the subjects of research, rather than true participants or contributors. Common approaches used to inform people with…




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2010 – 2012

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Emerald Publishing Limited