Sex predetor tactics
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When he's not backing up his fellow police officers on a call, the year-old member of the federal Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force is on his computer portraying himself as a year-old girl on the web. His goal? To stop sexual predators from preying on the most vulnerable members of society. Besides his federal training on the dos and don'ts of chatting with online suitors, Benner has spent the past four years educating himself on everything from the type of music that's popular with year-old girls to their hobbies and clothing sizes. His Facebook photo when he's on the job is a childhood picture of a female co-worker.
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I hate to bring bad news on an otherwise good day, but I think this merits attention. In his book On Guard: Preventing and Responding to Children Abuse at Church , Deepak Reju provides a look at the techniques of a sexual predator, and focuses on the way a predator will prepare or groom an entire church so that he can take advantage of its children. His words are worth reading and worth considering. The most common technique for sexual offenders to gain access to children is to cultivate a double life. Sexual offenders work very hard to be likable and respectable members of a church.
But as the stings put more and more men behind bars, detectives are working harder and harder to keep up their arrest numbers. And the tactics they're using to put alleged sexual offenders in jail are sweeping up large numbers of law-abiding men, too. Many of the men whose mugshots sheriffs have been paraded in made-for-TV press conferences were not seeking to meet children online, according to a yearlong WTSP-TV investigation. Instead, they were looking for other adults when detectives started to persuade them to break the law.