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    Recidivism Among Registered Child Pornography Offenders in Ontario, Canada

    By Lori Whitten, Staff Writer, RTI International, Rockville, MD Since April 2001, individuals living in the Canadian province of Ontario who have been convicted of possessing, making, accessing online, or distributing child pornography have been required to register annually with the Ontario Sex Offender Registry (OSOR). Angela W. Eke, Ph. D., of the Ontario Provincial Police and colleagues examined official crime data from a sample of child pornography offenders registered on the OSOR to determine...
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