by OSAuthority in Family Mon, March 19, 2007
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Sexual predators love the internet. Never in the history of mankind has there been a tool that allowed them such easy access to a huge base of potential victims. And along with the large number of children they have access to, the internet also allows sexual predators a way to anonymously work their victims until they get them right where they want them.
The tricks of the sexual predator, these days, are psychological. No longer is the biggest threat to our children the guy who spends all day watching the children in in the park waiting for the right moment to snatch and run or the person slowly cruising up and down the block looking for kids to abduct. With the easy access to so many children that is afforded the predator by technologies like the internet, the biggest threat is someone who will first earn the child’s trust and, instead of coming after the child, have the child come to them.
The number one way the internet predator has of getting to children through means like the internet is deception. There are actually ten basic psychological deceptions that sexual predators use to gain control of their victims. These ten deceptions are the ways predators convince their victims that they are someone that they either need or should trust and thereby gain access to them.
another great article resource:
Profile of a Predator: Danger Signs and Red Flags
One is stripped of her right to object to being watched, observed, monitored, when she is unaware that any of it is taking place, unaware that the individual even exists. And in the words of one specific stalker: “Secrecy is the venue of a Perpetrator.” A predator seeks Power; everything is a means to that end…. Read the rest.
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- Well I would say, I look at neighborhoods like I look at a street that has potholes in it. I would say, look at your neighborhood and if you feel that if they are areas you see that need to be fixed up. It could be something like a gate or a fence I would say engage with your neighbors, engage neighbors. It is amazing how many neighborhoods they do not know their neighbors and I think this is a big loss that we have had in urban environments.