sexual predator

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sexual predator

A sex offender who has been convicted of a sexually violent offence—e.g., rape, criminal sexual act, forcible compulsion, insertion of foreign object or fingers in anal or urogenital regions—and who suffers from a mental abnormality or personality disorder that makes him or her likely to engage in predatory sexually violent offences.
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HUDDERSFIELD MP Barry Sheerman says lowering the voting age could reduce childhood and put teens at risk of sexual predators.
On the first day of school, two visitors were identified as sexual predators, and were asked to leave.
This powerful film is a riveting excursion following Tyler on his mission to prove that, even in darkness, one can embrace hope and make sure that convicted sexual predators never get the chance to become repeat offenders.
However, the video earned negative comments and dubbed as an "ad for rape", due to explicit content and people who are alleged sexual predators.
When unveiling of women and free mixing of the sexes in public places are allowed and encouraged in any society, it only makes women of that society vulnerable to sexual predators.
With the coming of the internet, sexual predators are able to expand their operations, especially against minors.
A BIRMINGHAM MP has demanded a career criminal dubbed one of Britain's most dangerous sexual predators be sent back to jail.
Branded one of the UK's most prolific known sexual predators, Savile now has 214 criminal offences, spanning the breadth of the UK, recorded against his name - including 34 rapes.
I'm in the process of hiring a team to focus solely on monitoring and deleting accounts associated with sexual predators and language as well as bullies and fake accounts.
Inefficiencies in California's Sex Offender Commitment Program for identifying and evaluating sexual predators have resulted in unnecessary work and millions in extra spending over the past 5 years, reported Elaine M.
Sara Sue Learns to Yell & Tell: A Warning for Children Against Sexual Predators" is a guide to children's (girls) self protection against sexual predators.
Noting the lack of information about these crimes and a gender bias that exists, Duncan, a therapist, social worker, and speaker on the topic of sexual abuse and family violence, helps parents understand the crimes of female sexual predators, the women who commit them, and the impact they have on victims, so that they can be proactive in protecting children.