An offender who is in custody when sentenced and who is required to undergo treatment as a condition of probation must begin treatment before his release. Aggression and Violent Behavior. A sentence of treatment does not replace or reduce any other penalty the court could impose.
Gaining Control: How human behavior evolved.
Some people believe that sexual offenses are some of the most vile that exists in the world today. State registry has the data wrong. First, the desires that drive many sex offenders may frequently constitute very severe impediments to autonomy.
Our autonomy-based argument for the permissibility of offering chemical castration to incarcerated sex offenders relies on taking the initial, autonomy-restricted situation of the sex offenders as a baseline from which gains or losses in autonomy can be measured.
Even where chemical castration is offered to an offender in somewhat coercive circumstances, making the offer need not decrease the present autonomy of the offender in the sense of making the offender less autonomous than he would otherwise have been.
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. None of the castration studies involved an equivalent control group Eher et al. They must order repeat offenders on parole to undergo such treatment before parole. Offense: a 2 - Risk or Injury to a minor involving contact with the intimate parts of someone under age 16 View Profile.
In a study into the effectiveness of the drug by Dr David Wales for the Corrections Department found that no research had been conducted in New Zealand into the effectiveness and such trials were "ethically and practically very difficult to carry out. The ACLU of Florida does not oppose the use of antiandrogen drugs under certain controlled circumstances as an alternative to incarceration for convicted sex offenders.
The Hindu. It resembles the drug MPA used in America.
American Journal of Psychiatry. In New Zealand, the antilibidinal drug cyproterone acetate is sold under the name Androcur. On March 6, , Moldova legislated forcible chemical castration of child molesters; the law came into effect on July 1, Florida, like California, makes treatment mandatory for repeat offenders.