Search SpringerLink Search. The Rapid Risk Assessment for Sexual Offense Recidivism, abbreviated as the RRASOR pronounced like the cutting toolis an actuarial scale designed to assess different levels of sexual recidivism risk for convicted sexual offenders.
For violent recidivism, both StaticR and StaticR can be used. Of course, if the additional items are substantially worse less predictive than the items already considered, the accuracy of the overall prediction would deteriorate. Rice, M.
Empirically derived actuarial tools are increasingly being used in applied psychology, particularly for the assessment of risk for crime and violence. Vrieze, S. Malloy, P. Doren, D. Psychological Assessment, 17
The purpose of the present study was to examine the relative and incremental validity of three scales designed to predict recidivism among sexual offenders. Hedges, L. Doren View author publications. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 28 Mann, R.
Unpublished manuscript. As such, the similarity in predictive accuracy for the revised version of Static and Static is likely due to the revised age weights of the scales rather than the method used to examine the difference in predictive accuracy.
Circles of support and accountability: A national replication of outcome findings Report No. Babchishin, K. Unpublished manuscript. Predicting prison misconduct. Evaluating and improving risk assessment schemes for sexual recidivism: A long-term follow-up of convicted sexual offenders Document No.
Prospective actuarial risk assessment: A comparison of five risk assessment instruments in different sexual offender subtypes.