Static-99R coding rules: PS4-78/1-2017E-PDF

revised - 2016 /

"This manual comprises the third published version of the Static-99, and now Static-99R, Coding Rules. Each Coding Manual has been designed to provide greater detail and a more comprehensive review of how to code Static-99 and Static-99R. This is the first set of coding rules designed for the revised version: Static-99R. Static-99R is intended to position offenders in terms of their relative degree of risk for sexual recidivism based on commonly available demographic and criminal history information that has been found to correlate with sexual recidivism in adult male sex offenders. When combined with an appropriate table of norms, Static-99R characterizes the individual’s relative risk for sexual recidivism in terms of how unusual it is (using percentiles) and in terms of how it compares to the risk presented by the typical sex offender (using risk ratios)"--P. 8, 10.

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Department/Agency Public Safety Canada. Research Division.
Title Static-99R coding rules
Subtitle revised - 2016 /
Series Title Research report ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Statique-99R : règles de cotation révisées – 2016. Cover title.
Date c2017.
Number of Pages 99 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-08829-7
Catalogue Number
  • PS4-78/1-2017E-PDF
Edition Rev. 2016.
Subject Terms Sexual offences, Forecasting