Autorisierte deutsche Übersetzung

Rossegger, A., Gerth, J., Urbaniok, F., Laubacher, A. und Endrass, J., 2010
In: Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie. 78, pp. 658-667, doi: 10.1055/s-0029-1245688

Die Übersetzung vom Englischen ins Deutsche erfolgte durch oben genannte Autoren. Die deutsche Übersetzung wurde von einem Native Speaker ins Englische rückübersetzt, der blind für die englische Originalversion war. Die deutsche Übersetzung und die englische Rückübersetzung wurden den Autoren des SORAG sowie dem Verlag, in dem das Buch erschienen ist, zur Prüfung vorgelegt und von diesen freigegeben.


Missing items

This assessment applies to Name / surrogate name / case ID:

After the assessment is completed, this Name / surrogate name / case ID will be irrevocably deleted.

Lived with both biological parents to age 16 (except for death of parent)

Score no if offender did not live continuously with both biological parents until age 16, except if one or both parents died. In the case of parent death, score as for yes.

Elementary school maladjustment

(up to and including Grade 8)

History of alcohol problems

Allot one point for each of the following: alcohol abuse in biological parent, teenage alcohol problem, adult alcohol problem, alcohol involved in a prior offense, alcohol involved in the index offense.

Marital status

(at time of index offense)

Criminal history score for convictions and charges for nonviolent offenses prior to the index offense

(from the Cormier-Lang system shown in Table A.l)

Score of 0[-2]
Score of 1 or 2[0]
Score of 3 or above[3]
Offense (Score) / Number
Robbery (bank, store) (7)  
Robbery (purse snatching) (3)  
Arson and fire setting (church, house, barn) (5)  
Arson and fire setting (garbage can) (1)  
Threatening with a weapon, dangerous use of or pointing firearm (3)  
Threatening (Uttering threats) (2)  
Grand larceny/theft based on the value of the stolen property over $5,000.00* (includes car theft and possession of stolen property) (5)  
Grand mischief to public or private property over $5000.00* (5)  
Break and enter and commit indictable offense (burglary) (2)  
Larceny/theft based on the value of the stolen property under $5000.00* (includes break and enter with intent to commit an offense) (1)  
Mischief to public or private property under $5000.00* (1)  
Break and enter (includes break and enter with intent to commit an offense) (1)  
Fraud (extortion, embezzlement) (5)  
Fraud (forged check, impersonation) (1)  
Possession of a prohibited or restricted weapon (1)  
Procuring a person for or living on the avails of prostitution (1)  
Trafficking in narcotics (1)  
Dangerous driving, impaired driving (driving while intoxicated) (1)  
Obstructing a peace officer (including resisting arrest) (1)  
Causing a disturbance (1)  
Wearing a disguise with the intent to commit an offense (1)  
Indecent exposure (2)  

* The value of the stolen property-as of 2003, over $5,000.00 (1 Euro=1.43 USD, 1 Euro=1.42 CAD, Stand Okt. 2007)

Score and then total all charges and convictions for all counts of non-violent criminal offenses, including from the juvenile record. Do not count both a charge and a conviction if they are known to pertain to the same incident. In a case where sufficient information is known and there is a discrepancy between the charge and the conviction, use the more serious of the two, which almost exclusively will be the charge.

As the offense elements are based on the Criminal Code of Canada, a certain evaluation ability will be required in order to assess the offenses within other jurisdictions.

Criminal history score for convictions and charges for violent offenses prior to the index offense

(from the Cormier-Lang system shown in Table A.l)

Score of 0[-1]
Score of 2[0]
Score of 3 or above[6]
Offense (Score) / Number
Homicide (murder, manslaughter, criminal negligence causing death) (28)  
Attempted murder, causing bodily harm with intent to wound (7)  
Kidnapping, abduction, and forcible confinement (6)  
Aggravated assault, choking, administering a noxious substance (6)  
Assault causing bodily harm (5)  
Assault with a weapon (3)  
Assault, assaulting a peace officer (2)  
Aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault causing bodily harm (15)  
Sexual assault with a weapon (12)  
Sexual assault, gross indecency (vaginal or anal penetration, victim forced to fellate offender) (10)  
Sexual assault (attempted rape, indecent assault) (6)  
Gross indecency (offender fellates or performs cunnilingus on victim) (6)  
Sexual assault (sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching) (2)  
Armed robbery (bank, store) (8)  
Robbery with violence (5)  
Armed robbery (not a bank or store) (4)  
Number of convictions for previous sexual offenses

(pertains to convictions for sexual offenses that occurred prior to the index offense) Count any offenses known to be sexual, including, for example, indecent exposure

History of sex offenses against girls under age 14 only

(includes index offense; if offender was less than 5 years older than victim, always score +4)

Failure on prior conditional release

(includes parole violation or revocation, breach of or failure to comply with recognizance or probation, bail violation, and any new charges, including the index offense, while on a conditional release)

Age at index offense

(at most recent birthday)

Meets DSM-IIl criteria for any personality disorder

Meets DSM-III criteria for schizophrenia

Phallometric test results
Score of 0-2 on SSPI[-1]
Score of 3 on SSPI[0]
Score of 4-5 on SSPI[1]

Has offended against one or more male victims under the age of 14.


Has offended against more than one victim under the age of 14.


Has offended against one or more victims 11 years of age or younger.


Has offended against one or more non-related children under the age of 14.

Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised score

(PCL-R; Hare, 1991)

≥ 5[3]

Elementary school maladjustment (at least a minor discipline or attendance problem).


Teenage alcohol problem.


Childhood aggression problem (at least occasional minor physical assaults before age 15)


Childhood behavior problem before age 15. Three or more of the DSM-III antisocial personality disorder criteria from List B (American Psychiatric Association, 1980, p. 320).


Ever suspended or expelled from school.


Arrested under the age of 16.


Parental alcoholism.


Lived with both biological parents to age 16 (except for death of parenting).