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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It was classic signs of grooming" for sexual predation, the mother said.
Up and down this country we've had vulnerability to sexual predators and ghastly things happening right through to 18 and this move to have adults at 16 will make a lot of young men and women more vulnerable to sexual predation than that happens at the moment.
The 13th Step is an award-winning documentary by filmmaker Monica Richardson that exposes the intimate and disturbing truth of Alcoholics Anonymous and its on-going environment of sexual predation and violence.
4); Dekker's vanishing green spaces are sites of class conflict, where noblemen's attempts to capture citizens' wives collapses sexual predation with the enclosure of common land, lending an environmental siege mentality to his oeuvre (chap.
TOUGHER penalties for sexual predation and abuse of minors, as well as an agency monitoring convicted sex offenders, were enacted by parliament yesterday in an item combining a government bill and most of the clauses of a legislative proposal drafted by AKEL MP Irini Charalambidou.
Anti-black violence and terror also exist within maroonage complicating the enterprise of freedom; particularly if the terror registers most through forms of sexual predation.
5, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Bowlin Security Consulting, LLC, has today announced the publication and availability of kNOw Sextortion, an important tool for safeguarding women, children and others at risk of sexual predation.
The elder sister has for the first time brought out the complicity of Asaram's wife Lakshmi Devi and daughter Bharti Devi in his sexual predation and the active role that they played in supplying young girls to him.
It "keeps men exaggerating all the traditional rules of masculinity, including sexual predation with women.
And the fairy tale's potential to dramatize and contest contemporary social mores is central to Sheila Rabillard's account of Grasses of a Thousand Colors, its appropriation of tropes and themes from "The White Cat," and Wallace Shawn's knowing redeployment of "the transformations which fairy tales undergo" (162) in the creation of a dislocating, dystopic fantasy of sexual predation and ecological disaster.
Stuart was well known and popular, particularly in that sport bloke-ish milieu which is not thoughtful about sexual predation.
With an overarching structure and "a ventriloquist's uncanny ability to slip in and out of voices" (New York Times Book Review), Donoghue presents a rich cast of characters dealing with parenting, prostitution, sexual predation, captivity, and loss--and striving to belong.