A Description of Sexual Offending Committed by Canadian Teachers
Moulden, Heather M
Kingston, Drew A
Wexler, Audrey F
Journal of child sexual abuse 2010 Jul; 19(4): 403-18
The aim of this investigation was to describe teachers who sexually offend against youth and the circumstances related to these offenses. Archival Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System reports were obtained from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and demographic and criminal characteristics for the offender, as well as information about the victim and offense, were selected for analyses. A descriptive approach was used to analyze the qualitative reports for a group of 113 Canadian sexual offenders between 1995 and 2002. The results provide a description of adult male teachers who offended within their position of trust as well as offense and victim characteristics.
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