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  Protecting Your Children: Advice from Child Molesters
Developed and written by child molesters in treatment at The Center for Behavioral Intervention in Beaverton, Oregon

March, 2014 ---- Please also see: 10 Reasons Parents Don't Discuss Child Sexual Abuse

What is Child Sexual Abuse?

Child molestation usually begins with a sex offender gaining a child’s trust and friendship. The offender then begins “testing” the child’s ability to protect himself by telling sexual jokes, engaging in horseplay, back rubs, kissing or sexual games.

If the child appears comfortable or curious about this type of behavior, (and most healthy, normal children are) the offender will slowly increase the amount and type of touching to include more direct sexual touching. Child sexual abuse can include exposing, fondling, masturbation, oral sex, intercourse and pornography.

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Recognizing "Behavior Flags"


Child predators are successful because the average person is often not aware of behavior flags that indicate that something is amiss, and they are often individuals who are both known and trusted.  While not every adult who engages in the listed behaviors is an abuser, these "grooming behaviors” are something which every adult who works with children should be aware of and looking for proactively:

There are six general stages of grooming:..
1) identify a victim,
2) gain his or her trust,
3) fill a need,
4) isolate the child in a "special” relationship,
5) sexualize the relationship, and
6) maintain control
Taking an unusual interest in a child;
Cultivating a close and/or helpful relationship with the parent or caregiver;
Giving a child gifts;
Finding ways to be alone with a child;
Having escalating physical contact with a child going from non-sexual to sexual;
Having off-color or sexual discussions;
Showing pornography to a child;
Providing a child with drugs or alcohol;
Encouraging a child to have secrets;
An "incremental cultivation” of emotional and physical closeness with a child.


Rehabilitation possible?

Child sexual abusers: Can they be fixed?

There's no consensus on whether offenders who commit sex crimes against children can be rehabilitated.

by Lex Talamo

"Shocked" and "scared."

That's how former cop and preschool teacher Jesse Ward described his reaction to stumbling across a child sexual abuse image for the first time in an online network. But instead of repelling him, the image – depicting graphic and violent sexual acts committed on young victims – sent him looking for more.


Finding Offenders


The FBI has several "Most Wanted" lists that relate to issues of child abuse or the missing:

FBI's Most Wanted -- Be part of the solution
Protect your family, your local community, and the nation by helping the FBI catch the most wanted terrorists and fugitives. You can also help reunite missing persons of all ages with their loved ones. Rewards are offered in some cases.

Here are some of the pertinent categories:

Crimes Against Children

Human Trafficking

Kidnappings and Missing Persons

Parental Kidnappings


National/State/Federal Sex Offender and Predator Registries & Related Sites

Department of Justice

State Sex Offender Registry web sites (Including Other Territories)

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    Federal Sites

  • Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Federal / Military Convictions

  • Department of Defense/Freedom of Information Act
  • United States Airforce/Freedom of Information Act
  • United States Army/Freedom of Information Act
  • United States Marines Corps/Freedom of Information Act
  • United States Navy/Freedom of Information Act

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    Online Predators

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    Sex Predators Can't Be Saved

    Profile of a Child Molester

    Let's Save Our Children: Behind a predator's smile

    Just Detention
    Just Detention International is a health and human rights organization that seeks to end sexual abuse in all forms of detention. All of JDI's work takes place within the framework of international human rights laws. The sexual assault of detainees, whether committed by corrections staff or by inmates, is a crime and is recognized internationally as a form of torture. JDI is concerned about the safety and well-being of all detainees, including those held in adult prisons and jails, juvenile facilities, immigration detention centers, and police lock-ups, whether run by government agencies or by private corporations on behalf of the government.
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