Or, you might know of current sexual abuse, possibly involving child pornography that must be stopped.
Talking about sexual abuse is hard, especially when you care about the people involved.
Legal Preparing for legal involvement can help an adult who is at-risk to abuse a child or who has abused a child plan for safety, as well as prepare others who are concerned that an adult they know is a risk to children.
While research has generated important insights about the etiology of sexual offending, our understanding of the causes and origins of sexually abusive behavior arguably remains rudimentary.
There are multiple reasons why it is important to be concerned with the etiology of sexual offending.
Filing a report can result in holding the person who is abusing accountable and getting them treatment so that they will be able to stop abusive behaviors.
Keys to Intervening Most children who are sexually abused, are abused by someone they know and trust, yet there is no single profile of an adult who sexually offends children.