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Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study (2019)
Journal Article
Bovill, H., Waller, R., & McCartan, K. (2019). Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study. Sexuality and Culture, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12119-019-09682-8

This research emanates from an anti-sexual violence bystander programme delivered at an English university. Fifteen students were identified through purposive and convenience sampling to take part in focus groups. Discussions emerged regarding atypic... Read More about Discussing atypical sexual harassment as a controversial issue in bystander programmes: One UK campus study.

Rehabilitation – A new perspective for a new era (2019)
Book Chapter
McCartan, K., & Rowles, L. (2019). Rehabilitation – A new perspective for a new era. In A. Fox, & A. Frater (Eds.), Crime and Consequence (21-29). The Monument Fellowship

This essay focuses on an aligned perspective between criminologist and practitioner. It identifies a shared experience. So many factors critical to helping someone on the path to rehabilitation are common, regardless of offence. A body of research an... Read More about Rehabilitation – A new perspective for a new era.

P254 Barriers to sexual assault disclosure within sexual health services: a mixed method/population study (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Meyrick, J., Mccartan, K., Thomas, Z., & Kowalska, A. (2019, July). P254 Barriers to sexual assault disclosure within sexual health services: a mixed method/population study. Poster presented at Abstracts for the STI & HIV World Congress (Joint Meeting of the 23rd ISSTDR and 20th IUSTI), July 14–17, 2019, Vancouver, Canada

Background: Internationally, the UN reports that an estimated 1 in 3 women experience physical/sexual violence during their lifetime. These rates vary across cultures, age, gender and sexual identity. However, what does not vary is that the majority... Read More about P254 Barriers to sexual assault disclosure within sexual health services: a mixed method/population study.

Best practice in the management of online sex offending (2019)
Report
Brennan, M., Perkins, D., Merdian, H., Tyrrell, E., Babchishin, K., McCartan, K., & Kelly, R. (2019). Best practice in the management of online sex offending

Our report sets out the outcomes from reviews of the relevant literature, and a series of consultations held by IWG_OSO, with participation from practitioners and researchers working in the field of child protection and online sex offending. Onli... Read More about Best practice in the management of online sex offending.

Seen and not heard: The service user’s experience through the justice system of individuals convicted of sexual offenses (2019)
Journal Article
McCartan, K. F., Harris, D. A., & Prescott, D. S. (2021). Seen and not heard: The service user’s experience through the justice system of individuals convicted of sexual offenses. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 65(12), 1299-1315. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624X19851671

User experience and client satisfaction is capturing more attention in the field of social services. The provision of treatment services to individuals convicted of sexual offenses, in particular, has expanded exponentially over the last 20 years. Th... Read More about Seen and not heard: The service user’s experience through the justice system of individuals convicted of sexual offenses.

Risk, discretion, accountability and control: Police perceptions of sex offender risk management policy in England and Wales (2019)
Journal Article
Hoggett, J., McCartan, K., & O’Sullivan, J. (2020). Risk, discretion, accountability and control: Police perceptions of sex offender risk management policy in England and Wales. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 20(4), 433-450. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895819839747

© The Author(s) 2019. This article argues that understanding current approaches to sex offender risk management and its operationalization must account for front line situational decision-making practices and the culture from which they develop and o... Read More about Risk, discretion, accountability and control: Police perceptions of sex offender risk management policy in England and Wales.