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Apple of My Eye identifies 10 Parent Prevention Tips, 27 Tricks Sexual Predators Use To Access Children and 11 Red Flags To Watch Out For.It also provides children 10 Rules for Safety to help prevent sexual abuse and abduction.
Convicted sex offenders tell us that “Parents are so naïve - they’re worried about strangers and should be worried about their brother-in-law. Know that we will use any way we can to get to children.” The best offense is a great defense.Understand the dynamics of child sexual abuse and you and your children will be safer.Most child sexual abuse, up to 90%, occurs with someone a child has an established and trusting relationship with, whether known or not by the parent, and who is often a person in a position of authority.Teaching your children about stranger danger is misleading and does not address the reality that most children know and trust those who abuse them.Do not make the mistake of believing that you and your children will be safe by focusing all of your prevention efforts on those that have been caught and convicted.This false sense of security gives sexual predators that have not been caught and convicted the opportunity to access and sexually victimize children.
Apple of My Eye Sexual Abuse Prevention Program to provide you the skills you need to help you protect your children from sexual victimization.
The full program is available in our book, Megan’s Law Nationwide and the Apple of My Eye Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program, which can be purchased for a donation at the online store.
Sexual predators are smart, extremely cunning and often individuals you least expect would commit such crimes.
Sometimes they are the well-respected pillars of the community.
They develop elaborate schemes and go to great extents to do anything to get access to children.
Sex offender notifications give us an opportunity to be made aware of those offenders who have been caught and convicted and to take necessary precautions such as not allowing our children to develop relationships with registrants.