Module Four: Keeping Safe- High Risk and Offending Behaviour                                                   

Delivered By Alan Bicknell, Director of Operations

“In order to understand a person, you must understand what that person understands”- Sören Kierkegaard.

Autistic individuals are more vulnerable to being victims of crime and some studies suggest that people with autism are over-represented within the criminal justice system. Whereas some people with autism follow the law stringently, autistic people can be more trusting of others and can sometimes act without thinking of the implications, which can make them more open to manipulation.

This module explores autism and high risk or offending behaviour as well as suggesting applicable techniques for talking to people with autism about the subject. 

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