This presentation addresses the common trademarks of the preferential child sexual predator and characteristics and behaviors that this person may have. The workshop will also address victim characteristics and behaviors that make the child more vulnerable. This presentation will identify the problem of child molestation and provide investigators with insight of what these children experience and how that knowledge can assist in better understanding the crime, thus providing a better investigation into the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrator. Important strategies about investigating the suspect and the crime scene are covered giving the investigator important tools needed for a successful prosecution.
The student will be able to recognize the two broad categories of sex offenders and articulate how the authority rapists fits into these categories
The student will learn about victim characteristics and the student will be able to identify both Authority Rapist and victim characteristics
The student will identify and define offender behavior