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Static-99R Users

Overview

Static-99R is a ten item actuarial assessment instrument created by R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D. and David Thornton, Ph.D. for use with adult males with a history of sexual offending who are at least 18 year of age at time of release to the community. In 2012, the age item for the original scale (Static-99) was updated, creating Static-99R. Static-99R is the most widely used sexual recidivism risk assessment instrument in the world, and is extensively used in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and many European nations.

Coding questions for Static-99R, Static-2002R, and RM-2000 may be submitted to Dr. Yolanda Fernandez HERE. Questions on STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007 may be submitted to Dr. Anton Schweighofer and Dr. Geris Serran HERE. Please consult the coding manual and FAQs prior to submission. Routine questions are typically answered within a week.  Complex questions will be referred to a group of experts for discussion and a response will be forwarded to the requestor as quickly as possible. Please be aware that discussions occur on volunteer time and given the busy schedules of those involved, it may take weeks before a response is provided. We appreciate your patience.

Veuillez envoyer les questions en français sur la Statique-99R, STABLE-2007, et AIGU-2007 à Dr. Ian Barsetti ISI ou Dr. Marie-Helene Dufresne ISI.

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Policy and Practice

Please note that the 2016 version of the coding manual should replace previous versions of the coding manual. In assessment reports, we recommend evaluators report which version of the coding manual was used. Current users of Static-99R should receive training on the manual updates before using it in practice.

Public Safety Canada holds the copyright to Static-99/R Coding Rule Manuals and Coding Forms. Permission to reproduce these documents in part or in whole must be approved by Public Safety Canada. Please direct inquiries HERE.

Official translations of Static-99/R materials require the permission of Public Safety Canada.  Once copyright permission has been obtained, official translations must also be approved by a certified trainer fluent in the target language.  In rare exceptions, translations may be approved by experienced and trusted users fluent in the target language.

Recommended pre-requisites for being trained to use Static-99R, Static-2002R, STABLE-2007 and ACUTE-2007 – Coming Soon!

Documents

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Non-English Translations of 2003 Coding Manual

Translations of the coding manual follow the 2003 version and should eventually be replaced, following the new coding rules.