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Author:  Joseph  Custer, Esq..

Source: Volume 02, Number 02, February/March 2001 , pp.23-25(3)

Sex Offender Law Report

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Treatment of aboriginal sexual offenders poses a unique situation for reasons that extend past the usual issues concerning the treatment of these individuals. Although the term aboriginal defines an array of geographic locations, languages, and cultures, this article is based on Canadian aboriginals. Aboriginal Elders, in addition to treatment providers, are part of the clinical team in the aboriginal community in the Prairie Region provinces in Canada. There is a lot of misunderstanding among the Elders and more traditional treatment providers as to what exactly the other does.


Affiliations:  1: University of Kansas School of Law Library.

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