I have in my hands “Sex Offender Treatment Outcome Research”, from the research division of the Correctional Service of Canada. It shows significant reductions in sexual recidivism, violent recidivism, and any kind of criminal activity following treatment for sexual offences.
Sexual offences against children would be classified as deviant sexual arousal, clearly, but they are also included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders by the American Psychiatric Association. It is a mental disorder. It can't be cured in any respect, but it can certainly be managed and managed well in the community, as the numbers I have just referred to you state.
Also, in my own experience as a clinician I can tell you that these things are perfectly amenable.