Tells of Sexual Abusers

This is just a public service, from Jimmy Hinton’s own blog.

On what doesn’t work:

Myth #1-Abusers primarily groom their victims

Myth #2-Simply having two people present keeps kids safe

Myth #3-Increased visibility (windows, open spaces) reduces abuse

Myth #4-We have trained people at my organization so kids are safe

Myth #5-Learning “red flags” will help me identify abusers quickly

On more successful approaches:

The eyes tell a lot

The hands tell a lot

The words tell a lot

The gait is slower and head is downward

Information mining

Covert aggressive

Check out the blog to get the details.

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