When it comes to protecting our children, we cannot be too careful. Be wary of adults who have one or more of these behaviors. Educating yourself about common child molester traits is crucial to keeping your family out of harm’s way.
Adults who seem preoccupied with children.
Adults who work or volunteer with children’s clubs/activities and frequently spend their free time doing “special” things with kids.
Adults who spend time volunteering with youth groups who do not have children in those groups.
Adults who seem to engage in frequent contact with children, i.e., casual touching, caressing, wrestling, tickling, combing hair or having children sit on their lap.
Adults who act like children when with children or who allow children to do questionable or inappropriate things.
Adults who want to take your children on special outings too frequently or plan activities that would include being alone with your child.
Adults who do not have children and seem to know too much about the current fads or music popular with children.
Adults that your children seem to like for reasons you don’t understand.
Adults who seem able to infiltrate family and social functions or are “always available” to watch your kids.
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