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Child sexual abuse is any form of sexual activity imposed upon a child by an adult or other child in a position of power, authority, or influence.
Legal definitions of sexual violence and misconduct vary from state to state.For decades, parents, guardians, and teachers have told children to “stay away from strangers” in an effort to keep them safe.The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) suggests that children do not have the same understanding of who a stranger is as an adult might; therefore, it is a difficult concept for the child to grasp.It is much more beneficial to children to help them build the confidence and self-esteem they need to stay as safe as possible in any potentially dangerous situation they encounter rather than teaching them to be “on the lookout” for a particular type of person.Grooming is a method of building trust with a child and adults around the child in an effort to gain access to and time alone with her/him.However, in extreme cases, offenders may use threats and physical force to sexually assault or abuse a child.
More common, though, are subtle approaches designed to build relationships with families.
The offender may assume a caring role, befriend the child, or even exploit their position of trust and authority to groom the child and/or the child’s family.
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) Web site provides general definitions about the types of sexual abuse.
The people who sexually abuse can be immediate or extended family members (fathers, mothers, stepparents, grandparents, siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, etc.).
They can be neighbors, babysitters, religious leaders, teachers, coaches, or anyone else who has close contact with children.
Fact: In as many as 93 percent of child sexual abuse cases, the child knows the person that commits the abuse. In the majority of cases, the perpetrator is someone the parents or child knows, and that person may be in a position of trust or responsibility to the child and family.