An adult male Psychosexual Evaluation consists of three different components. They are:
- Psychological Evaluation
- Sexual Behavioral Assessment
- Risk Assessment
As part of the Adult Male Psychosexual Evaluation, Dr. Hawks will gather information from; police/court reports, interviews from the Children’s Justice Center, and review other records as required. In addition, Dr. Hawks may make collateral contacts with therapists, family members, or others. However, because of the legal nature of this evaluation Dr. Hawks always attempts to work closely with the client’s attorney.
An adult Psychosexual Evaluation requires approximately six sessions. Most of the sessions are held in Dr. Hawks’ office in Ogden, Utah. Sessions for the sex-specific testing (including at times the penile pleythsmagraph) and full-disclosure polygraph are conducted elsewhere. The sessions will last from one to four hours depending on how the client wishes to complete the process.
Can someone explain to me why Russ wouldn't want a restraining order if he plans on not contacting her anyways?
For a restraining order, if the restrained individual attempts to contact the other or violates the order in any way, he or she can be arrested or fined.
However, when someone violates a no-contact order, the one who is violated is not permitted to immediately enforce action by the police. Such a case would require filing a citation with the court. sauce
It looks bad on your record if you have an active restraining order against you. If you were doing a background check on a potential new hire, and a restraining order popped up, would you hire that person?Can someone explain to me why Russ wouldn't want a restraining order if he plans on not contacting her anyways?