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Do Now. Study the information to the right. What are two things that surprise you? What is not surprising?. Sex offenders. Disclaimer.

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Do now

Do Now

Study the information to the right.

What are two things that surprise you?

What is not surprising?


Sex offenders

Sex offenders


Disclaimer

Disclaimer

  • This class will be dealing with sex offenders and rape. If you feel uncomfortable at any time, feel free to see me and we will work out an alternative assignment in the library.


Rape facts

Rape Facts

  • Rape is an act of violence with domination a key factor.

  • Rape often occurs between acquaintances or dates as well.

  • Women no more want to be raped than a person who carries money wants to be robbed.

  • Known victims have ranged in age from 6 months to 90 years.

  • Since so few rapists are convicted they tend to repeat their actions.

  • Most rapists are between 16 and 24 years old. Rapes are often planned but the victim is left to chance.

  • Rapes are often planned but the victim is left to chance.

  • Most rapes occur in the victim’s home. Most rapes oc cur between 8 p.m.-2 a.m. and more frequently on weekends.

  • Most rapes are not reported to the police

  • Most often a victim is caught off guard, is probably less strong and probably isolated.

  • It is important for the victim to be checked internally as well as having venereal disease and pregnancy prevention measures taken.


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Rape Facts

  • Rapes are often planned but the victim is left to chance.

  • Most rapes occur in the victim’s home. Most rapes oc cur between 8 p.m.-2 a.m. and more frequently on weekends.

  • Most rapes are not reported to the police

  • Most often a victim is caught off guard, is probably less strong and probably isolated.

  • It is important for the victim to be checked internally as well as having venereal disease and pregnancy prevention measures taken.


Sex offenders quick facts

Sex Offenders: Quick Facts

  • 86% of reported cases know their victim

  • 97% male

  • 23% of offenders were under 18.

  • 4% were under 12.

  • Child molesters do not “attack” quickly. They may spend many years integrating themselves into a community and “grooming” relationships


Grooming

Grooming

  • To reduce the likelihood of a disclosure.

  • To reduce the likelihood of the child being believed.

  • To reduce the likelihood of being detected.

  • To manipulate the perceptions of other adults around the child.

  • To manipulate the child into becoming a cooperating participant which reduces the likelihood of a disclosure and increases the likelihood that the child will repeatedly return to the offender.


Sexual recidivism 3 min stop jot

Sexual Recidivism – 3 min stop & jot

Write 3 conclusions that you can draw from the data below


Sex offender registry

Sex Offender Registry

  • Required of sex offenders

  • Public record and available easily online


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PSA

  • Make a Public Service Announcement (PSA) relating to sexual abuse.

  • Ideas…

    • An explanation of grooming

    • Signs and Symptoms of grooming

    • Facts about sexual abuse


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