Sex Offender Management
An integrated continuum of specialized treatment and community-based supervision.
Community safety through specialized treatment.
Liberty manages an array of sex offense-specific treatment and community supervision programs on behalf of state departments of correction and mental health. Our services include specialized treatment, risk assessments, re-entry programming, and case management supervision. Together, these services form a unique continuum of care that promotes self-responsibility and reduces risk of reoffending. Our personnel work collaboratively with courts and agencies and blend well into correctional, inpatient, parole, civil commitment, and conditional release settings.
Our in-house panel of subject matter experts are widely published and have delivered numerous presentations to national organizations. Their expertise informs an array of programs that provide sex offender-specific assessment, treatment, supervision, polygraph, and GPS monitoring for adult and juvenile populations.
Our Expertise in Practice
Sex Offender-Specific Treatment
Clinical management and staffing of sex offender treatment programs
Coordination of treatment, housing, employment, and other supports
Specialized case management supervision following community release
rate of new sex crimes within 3 years of release - possibly the lowest in the nation
cost reduction of core services for half of clients due to behavioral progress
known new contact sex offenses in the 18 year history of a statewide conditional release program
“In its operation and management of the program, Liberty has proven to be an invaluable partner with the Department of Correction in its mission to enhance public safety by reducing recidivism in convicted adult and adjudicated juvenile sex offenders. We are extremely proud of the achievements we have made together, and believe the program outcomes are among the best in the nation …”
State Deputy Commissioner – Re-Entry
“This has been a high-profile program in the state, as every release of an SVP into the community has been met with media attention and community resistance. … Liberty has consistently met those challenges, often through new and innovative means. I strongly recommend their work and their dedication to providing an outstanding level of quality and service to their customers.”
Department of State Hospitals
“Liberty is responsive to requests and committed to monitoring and improving performance. Outcome data is collected, analyzed, and reported as required and the contract is performing well … Liberty has a customer service orientation. Program and corporate contract management is accessible and aims at providing high-quality services that meet satisfaction.”
Deputy Director for Forensic Services
State Department of Human Services/Mental Health
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This year, NASDDDS is forging ahead with its annual conference, virtually, of course. The conference is set to take place on November 16 — 18, 2020.
Liberty and the Indiana Department of Correction will co-host the 19th Annual Sex Offender Management and Monitoring 2-Day Training on Thursday, July 23, 2020.
In these unprecedented times, Liberty Executive Clinical Director and ATSA President Shan Jumper, PhD, expressed compassion and positivity toward the ATSA organization.