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The Static-99 is a ten item actuarial assessment instrument created by R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D. and David Thornton, Ph.D. for use with adult male sexual offenders who are at least 18 year of age at time Static-99/Static-99R | National Institute of Corrections STATIC-99R is a risk assessment tool provided for at Penal Code § 290.04(b(1). It is usually a one or two page report designed specifically for adult male sex offenders. Its purpose is to evaluate a defendant’s danger to society. It is most often used with registerable sex offense pursuant to Penal Code § 290. Total Score Add up scores from individual risk factors TRANSLATING STATIC 99R SCORES INTO RISK CATEGORIES . Level I -3 to +3 Level 2 4 - 5 Level 3 6+ AGGRAVATING ... The Static-99R is based on static (unchanging) risk factors which predict the potential for sexual re-offending, such as age at release from custody on the sex offense, number of certain types of prior convictions, and victim characteristics. - Static-99R for offenders who are juveniles, developmentally delayed, institutionalized, who aided in a sex offence, are non-Caucasian, have mental health issues, or have undergone gender transformation - Information required to score Static -99R Hicks was evaluated using the Static-99R in 2011, getting a score of 4 — down one point from his earlier Static-99, due to his age. The prison psychologist decided that Hicks should be compared to the highest-risk norm group, which suggested there was a 20.1% chance that he would be convicted of another sex offense within five years.