Older &/or Elderly Offenders
As our population ages, the older offender and issues related to him/her are becoming of increasing concern to the courts, correctional facilities, and the forensic mental health system in general. This is an area currently being developed by the author.
While content for this section is under development, viewers are invited to review the following for more information:
Hucker, S. J. , & Ben‑Aron, M. H. (1991). Motives of elderly men who commit sex offences. In R. Langevin (Ed.), Sex Offenders and their Victims. Toronto: Juniper Press.
Hucker, S. J. , & Ben‑Aron, M. H. (1985). Elderly sex offenders. In R. Langevin (Ed.), Erotic Preference, Gender Identity and Aggression in Men. Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum Associates.
Hucker, S. J. , & Ben‑Aron, M. H. (1984). Violent offenses in old age. In W. Wilbanks & P. Kim (Eds.), Elderly Criminals. Washington D. C.: University of America Press.
Hucker, S. J. (1984). Psychiatric aspects of the elderly offender. In D. Newman, E.S.Newman, & M. Gerwirtz (Eds.), Elderly Criminals. Cambridge, M. A.: Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain.