AASI Boston Massachusetts

Complaint: The Abel Assessmentu2019s Seven False Claims and the Truth The AASI is the number one diagnostic used in the US to Identify, contain and control sex offenders. False Claim # 1: It objectively measures the likelihood of past child sexual abuse in men and women who deny it. Fact: The first part of the test measures the amount of time the test taker looks at a 160 images and nothing more. The second part measures whatever the test taker puts down as their measure of sexual interest on those same images. False Claim # 2: The AASI has passed Daubert hearings for admissibility in Federal and State Courts. Fact: The Supreme Court in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 509 US 579, 113 SCt 2786, 125 LEd 2d 469 (1993) established four non-exclusive factors to determine whether a particular expert’s methodology satisfies Rule 702: (1) whether the theory or technique has been tested; (2) whether the theory or technique has been subjected to peer review and publication; (3) the known or potential rate of error of the methods used and the existence and maintenance of standards controlling the technique’s operation; and (4) whether the theory or method has been generally accepted by the scientific community. The AASI has been rejected by many courts as not meeting the Daubert Standard for admissibility. In 2005, the Appeals Court of Massachusetts called it, u201cThe magic of young Harry Potter’s mixing potions at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry,u201d in confirmation of a 2002 trial courtu2019s exclusion of AASI results from a case. The same court also found it dangerously easy for the Abel Assessment to give false positives: “the AASI’s high error rate

Tags: Sex Offenders

Address: coupled with Dr. Abel’s solution to the error rate

Website: substantially detracts from the petitioner’s contention that the AASI is scientifically sound and sufficiently reliable to assist the trier of fact.”” The United States of America

Phone: which is to merely ‘lower the cut-off score’

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