Post a brief description of the two types of sex offenders you selected and explain at least two similarities and two differences between these two types of sex offenders. Then explain one challenge related to the treatment of each type of sex offender and why it is a challenge.
Center for Sex Offender Management: Understanding Sex Offenders: An Introductory Curriculum. (n.d.). Section 4: Subtypes and Typologies. Retrieved June 9, 2014, from http://www.csom.org/train/etiology/4/4_1.htm
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