Combined Summary Report

This report allows the assessors to compare the results of the different sex offender risk assessments and provides a combined analysis of the static and dynamic risk factors as per the parameters specified by the administrative agency.

In order to generate the report, the user selects the different assessments that need to be used to create the Combined Report. In the case of State of Hawaii - SOMT, this report was enhanced to also include the selection and display of the LSI-R® assessment risk level.

Combined Report - Assessment Selection Screen

This report (shown below) has a header which provides the demographic information of the offender. In addition, it provides information on who created the assessment and the Combined Sex Offender Risk Level. In the case of State of Hawaii SOMT, the LSI result is also provided as an indicator of the general criminogenic risk level.

After the header section, the report provides the details of the Static-99, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007 assessments. For each section, the title bar includes the assessment ID, the score range, the date of the assessment, and the actual score. In addition, the system displays the risk level based on the actual score.

The actual body of the Static-99 assessment result provides the long-term estimated risks for sexual and violent recidivism for a 5-year, 10-year, and 15-year period. These risk percentages are obtained from the "Static-99 Recidivism Percentages" prepared by the authors, Hanson and Thornton, based on national norms.

The next section (shown below) provides similar information for Stable-2007. In addition to the score in the title bar, the body of the assessment result lists the Primary Risk Needs score and the Secondary Risk Needs score. Underneath the risk need scores, the system lists all the applicable risk factors. These factors are then prioritized and used as case planning targets by the case workers.

After the Stable-2007 assessment results, the report provides the combined estimated risk levels. These risk levels include Sexual and Violent Recidivism for a 2-year and 4-year period using percentages developed by the State of Hawaii to determine the "Combined Overall Supervision Level."

The next section provides details for the Acute-2007 Current Risk Priority, with the Latest Average 6 months Sex/Violent Risk Score, the Latest Average 6 month General Risk Score, and the Number of Acute Average Score Taken. Then for each risk score, the system lists the primary and secondary factors, followed by a list of the applicable risk factors.

The final section of the report includes a Comprehensive Risk Evaluation, which combines the results of all the above assessments and provides a summary of the risk level based on the Combined Sex Offender Risk Level, the Current Risk Priority for sexual and violent recidivism and the Risk Level for general recidivism.