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If the registration system serves to increase the apprehensions and resistance of parents to engage in treatment work because they feel it is they, as much as their child, who are being ‘blamed’, then the Act’s potential gains will have been more than outweighed by the alienation of the group most critical to the monitoring and management of juvenile offenders, their parents. This is not to suggest that registration is not appropriate for some juveniles, but that such decisions should be made on a case-by-case basis, through a process of multi-disciplinary decision-making.
Indeed the move away from a diversionary approach with juvenile sex offenders has become quite a well-established principle. However, few new resources are to be released to implement the wide ranging nature of this Act, with the main changes in delivery of services being effected through the establishment of youth offending teams, discussed below. The question of resources may therefore block some of the potentially beneficial provisions of the forthcoming Act for juvenile sexual offenders. In summary young abusers are being managed in a context in which there are growing ideological strains, at least at a national policy level, between welfare approaches based on the ‘child in need’ concept, and criminal justice approaches based on an accountability principle.
Nevertheless, it is likely that as research progresses, the presence of deviant arousal to children or to non-consenting sex will emerge as an important factor in work with adolescent abusers. Victim empathy and victim awareness For many offenders a lack of empathy with the experience of their victims will be an important element in becoming sufficiently disinhibited to abuse and there is therefore a significant relationship between lack of victim empathy and cognitive distortions, as it is the latter which contributes to the absence of understanding, cognitively and emotionally, of the impact of their abusive behaviour.