Oregon Adolescent Sex Offending Treatment Network OASOTN is dedicated to the effective management of sexually offending youth through professionally accepted standards of treatment and supervision. The mission of OASOTN is to: Provide and promote opportunities for training, professional support, and collaborative partnerships for professionals working with youth who sexually abuse and for the broader community; and Advocate for the statewide implementation of the highest standard of practice to promote individual, family, and community safety.
Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors OACCD is a non-profit organization of community corrections directors dedicated to promoting safe communities, public education and cost-effective management of criminal offenders.
Oregon Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers OATSA originally began in the early 1980′s and grew into the national organization of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). The executive office for ATSA remains in Oregon. The state chapter, OATSA, is involved in risk reduction, developing partnerships, and providing training.
Oregon Juvenile Department Directors Association The mission of the OJDDA is to promote the Association’s vision by: Providing leadership and direction for Oregon’s juvenile justice system; Enhancing the ability of communities to reduce juvenile crime; Aligning and integrating state and local juvenile justice policies; Creating policy based on research and effective practices, and translating national and state policies into local practice; Promoting organizational and staff development in juvenile justice agencies; and Developing, sharing, and implementing juvenile justice information, research, and evidence-based practices.
Oregon Youth Authority The Oregon Youth Authority’s mission is to protect the public and reduce crime by holding youth offenders accountable and providing opportunities for reformation in safe environments.
Oregon Sex Offender Supervision Network The mission of the Sex Offender Supervision Network (SOSN) is to:
Establish statewide leadership; Develop consistent, standard evaluations, treatment and supervision; Share resources and expertise; train and enhance skill development; and Provide educated and informed recommendations and input to the department, to local community leaders and the Legislature on policy issues related to community supervision of sex offenders and their treatment.
Partnership for Safety and Justice PSJ works with people convicted of crime, survivors of crime, and the families of both to advocate for policies that make Oregon’s approach to public safety more effective and more just.
American Polygraph Association APA is the leading professional polygraph organization in the world, representing more than 3,200 experienced polygraph examiners in private business, law enforcement, and government. The APA establishes standards of ethical practices, techniques, instrumentation, and research, as well as provides advanced training and continuing education programs.
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers ATSA was founded to foster research, facilitate information exchange, further professional education, and provide for the advancement of professional standards and practices in the field of sex offender evaluation and treatment. ATSA is an international organization focused specifically on the prevention of sexual abuse through effective management of sex offenders.
Center for Sex Offender Management The goal of CSOM is to enhance public safety by preventing further victimization through improving the management of adult and juvenile sex offenders who are in the community. CSOM is sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections, State Justice Institute, and the American Probation and Parole Association. CSOM is administered through a cooperative agreement between OJP and the Center for Effective Public Policy.
National Center on Sexual Behavior of Youth NCSBY is a national training and technical assistance center developed by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
National Children’s Advocacy Center The NCAC models, promotes, and delivers excellence in child abuse response and prevention through service, education, and leadership.
Safer Society Foundation The Safer Society Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit agency, is a national research, advocacy, and referral center on the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse.
Stop It Now! Stop it Now! believes that all adults must accept the responsibility to recognize, acknowledge and confront the behaviors that lead to the sexual abuse of children. We offer adults tools they can use to prevent sexual abuse – before there’s a victim to heal or an offender to punish.