Most online sex offenders are young adults who target teens and seduce victims into sexual relationships.
They take time to develop the trust and confidence of teens, so the teens see these relationships as romances or sexual adventures.
Cases involving stalking, violence, abduction, rape and/or murder are very rare.
Nearly 75 percent of victims who met offenders face-to-face did so more than once.
Most of these offenders are charged with crimes such as statutory rape for non-forcible sexual contact as the victims are, by law, too young to consent.
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Internet-facilitated sex crimes against minors involve deceit and begin with adults communicating with children over the Internet with the goal of coercing them into illegal sexual activity. Some individuals have initiated actions against laws designed to protect children. § 77-27-21.5, a law that requires sex offenders to register their internet identifiers with the state in order to "assist in investigating kidnapping and sex-related crimes, and in apprehending offenders".
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