What is SAPROF risk assessment?
The SAPROF is a violence risk assessment tool specifically developed for the assessment of protective factors for adult offenders.
What does SAPROF stand for?
Structured Assessment of Protective Factors for violence risk
SAPROF – Structured Assessment of Protective Factors for violence risk.
How is SAPROF scored?
A total SAPROF protection score is the sum of the scores of the 17 items. The total SAPROF internal, motivational, and external scores are the sums of the five (items 1–5), seven (items 6–12), and five (items 13–17) item scores in these factors, respectively. The total SAPROF protection score ranges from 0 to 34.
Who developed the Saprof?
Vivienne de Vogel, Corine de Ruiter, Yvonne Bouman and Michiel de Vries Robbé (2007) originally developed the SAPROF in Dutch and in 2009 the English Version was published.
Are protective factors the opposite of risk factors?
Risk factors are characteristics at the biological, psychological, family, community, or cultural level that precede and are associated with a higher likelihood of negative outcomes. Protective factors are characteristics associated with a lower likelihood of negative outcomes or that reduce a risk factor’s impact.
Who created the SAPROF?
Who created the Saprof?
What does savry stand for?
|Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth
Who can use the savry?
The SAVRY is useful in the assessment of either male or female adolescents between the ages of 12 and 18 years. It may be used by professionals in a variety of disciplines who conduct assessments and/or make intervention/supervision plans concerning violence risk in youth.
What is the HCR 20 used for?
The HCR-20 is a 20-item structured clinical guide for the assessment of violence risk intended for use with civil psychiatric, community, forensic, and criminal justice populations.