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He briefly considered drug and alcohol counseling but found the low success rate depressing.
With sex offenders, he feels like he is making a difference.
"I've seen people remarry, I've seen people that have been successful in their careers." Colson said the public perception is that sex offenders will always be on a street corner looking for another victim.
But in many cases, after years of treatment and supervision, they may be better people than anyone imagined.
"The first couple of shows were eye opening and informative," Dave said.
"Now it just shocks." The nationally televised show is the latest pop-culture offering to cash in on the wretchedness of sex crimes and our nation's simultaneous discomfort and titillation with sexuality.
In the second phase of treatment, offenders write letters to their victims and produce a video that both apologizes and empathizes with the victim, accepting full blame for the crime, Dave said.Dave had been a father to the girl since she was in kindergarten and had a young baby with the girl's mother, now his ex-wife.The abuse stopped, but took several years to come to light.Dave logs any incidental contact he has with sexual material or kids, from a brief glimpse of skin on HBO to happening upon a young boy in a Wal-Mart restroom, and reports that to his probation officer.Offenders fill out monthly reports detailing their masturbation practices and deviant thoughts. "Every moment of our lives is dictated by the desire not to re-offend," Dave wrote in a recent essay.