The 24-year-old of Maes y Coed in Gwersyllt, Wrexham, was placed on supervision and sent on a community sex offender treatment programme.
What does SOTX stand for?
SOTX stands for Sex Offender Treatment
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Judge Morgan, at Cardiff crown court, ordered Fairfax, of Bargoed, Caerphilly, to take sex offender treatment for three years and to sign the sex offenders' register.
He was ordered to attend a sex offender treatment programme and must register as a sex offender for five years.
The men, of Acklam Road, Middlesbrough, were both given a 24-month community order with supervision, including attending a sex offender treatment programme, a sex offender prevention order for five years, and ordered to register as sex offenders for five years.
Among their topics are desistance theory and probation practice, women offenders as more troubled than troublesome, creative working with minority ethnic offenders, incorporating circles of support and the good lives model into contemporary sex offender treatment, and offenders in forestry and conservation work settings.
Byline: Whitney Malkin The Register-Guard The Lane County sex offender treatment center has been located on West 13th Avenue for 15 years.
But he said to receive sex offender treatment in prison required a four-year jail term and the offences did not merit a sentence of that length.
Offenders who are ordered by the courts to undergo sex offender treatment courses or domestic violence programmes are having to wait up to a year because of a crisis in resources, a probation union survey reveals today.