Sexually abusive behavior by adolescent youth can result in serious harm or devastating consequences for the youth, their victims(s), the families affected, and society as whole. In general, the common goal is community safety and eliminating further victimization. Professionals working youth who perpetrate sexual crimes against other youth face a multitude of challenges that range from dealing with social stigma to understanding trauma to understand best practices with this population. Participants in this workshop will assess sexual behavior, risk, needs, and intervention responsivity, and understand the dynamics and issues involved in working with this population and their victims.