Juvenile Felony Arrests, by Age Group: 2008 - Kidsdata.org
If you currently work with juvenile sex offenders, I find it disturbing and a little sad that you apparently haven't been exposed (or haven't taken it upon yourself to do research) on the latest data on teen and adult sex offenders.
Frankly, you simply cannot look at an 11-year-old offender and definitively state that there is no hope for this person to not re-offend. If that is your view of these young people, you shouldn't even be working with them.
There are certain modalities of treatment that have been shown to be effective with sex offenders. With any offender, there is a considerable responsibility on those in the system to assess that individual's risk factors and determine his/her level of risk to the community. One certainly cannot make sweeping generalizations that young offenders cannot be salvaged. That's ABSURD.
Please do your homework. Here are some helpful links that deal with the research surrounding this issue and best practices.
SEXUAL OFFENDER TREATMENT: Timothy Fortney et al.
Treatment of Adult Sex Offenders