The Static-99R is the most commonly used and researched risk assessment tool for adult male sex offenders. The 2003 coding manual for the scale has been updated in 2016, with sufficient changes that the Static-99R Development Team recommends that anyone using the instrument obtain additional training.
This On Demand version of the 2016 Static-99R Case Study Webinar was filmed in November 2016 with Static-99R certified trainer, Dr. Erik Fox. Test your skills against challenging case studies and promote staff compliance with the 2016 Coding Rules while earning 3 CE Hours from over 150 professional accrediting bodies.
Why Train With GIFR?
Eliminate hidden costs of in-person trainings including travel, hotel, food, and gas
Increase the reliability and accuracy of your sex offender risk assessments using the 2016 Update of the Static-99R
Earn 3 Continuing Education Credits
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