What is Online Enticement of Children for Sexual Acts? (Copyright © National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
Publication Year: 2009
This publication defines online enticement and how it relates to children who are lured to meet strangers to engage in sexual acts. It discusses who is most at risk and how predators get information from children and teenagers by using such methods as e-mail, instant message, bulletin boards, and chat areas.
This publication is available only on the Internet.
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