Sexual Predators & Child Grooming


Sexual grooming of children refer to actions or behaviours used to establish an emotional connection with a minor, and sometimes the child’s family, to lower the child’s inhibitions with the objective of sexual abuse. It can occur in various settings, including online, in person, and through other means of communication.

This book attempts to shed some light on where to  draw the line between genuine concern and grooming, what grooming is  why you must know about it, how the predator gains access to a potential victim, coerce them to agree to the abuse and reduce the risk of being caught and signs to look out for.

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