Spotting Sex Offenders

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How can I spot a sex offender?

Spotting Sex Offenders

Because people aren't always notified about Megan's Law offenders, or they may not access Megan's Law lists that are available on the Internet and in local law agencies, adults should know how to spot sex offenders. Pay attention to the following warning signs.

* A person who seeks a special one-on-one relationship with a child.
* A person who wants to spend an excessive amount of alone time with children who don't belong to them.
* An adult in a role of supervision, such as a teacher, coach, sponsor, etc. who appears to develp an intense relationship with a child.
* Individuals who want to continuously take photographs of other children, not their own.



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