(c) “Treatment” means a set of specialized interventions delivered by qualified mental health professionals
and designed to address the multiple psychological and physiological factors found
to be associated with sexual offending.
(d) “Management” means a comprehensive and collaborative team approach to regulating, controlling,
monitoring, and otherwise influencing the current and, insofar as is possible, the
future behavior of sex offenders who are living in the community and are directly
under the authority of the criminal justice system or of another governmental agency
performing similar functions. The overriding purpose of management of sex offenders is to enhance community safety
by preventing future sexual victimization. Management includes supervision and specialized treatment as well as a variety of
(e) “Supervision” means a specialized approach to the process of overseeing, insofar as authority
to do so is granted to the supervising agency, all significant aspects of the lives
of sex offenders who are being managed, as described in subdivision (d). This approach includes traditional methods as well as techniques and tools specifically
designed to respond to the risks to community safety raised by sex offenders. Supervision is one component of management.
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