Female offending is often related to difficulties in getting their own money, mental problems, toxic relationships, and drug abuse problems (Annison et al., 2019). More than half of women in prison have experienced domestic abuse, and some have suffered from sexual abuse. Drug trafficking leads the number of female offenders by 33.7%, followed by fraud amounting to 23.9%, immigration which is 14.3%. In most cases, you do not expect a woman to commit a crime, unlike men who look physically strong and emotionally aggressive and can make mistakes easily (Annison et al., 2019). Several women are in prison due to drug trafficking and sexual abuse. There are characteristics of female offenders such as victimization, lack of human capital, and how they treat one and the results. This topic discusses the evolution of criminology research, theories on female offending, the current state of research on women who commit sexual offenses, the risk factor, and the role of the risk assessment for women who committed sexual crimes.