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Offenders may groom not only the child but also their family and even the local community, who may act as the gatekeepers of access.

In addition, sex offenders may groom criminal justice and other institutions into believing that they present no risk to children, which can be termed “institutional grooming.” Although not all child sexual abuse involves grooming, it is a common process used by offenders.

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.

It usually begins with subtle behavior that may not initially appear to be inappropriate, such as paying a lot of attention to the child or being very affectionate.

Many victims of grooming and sexual abuse do not recognize they are being manipulated, nor do they realize how grooming is a part of the abuse process.

Some offenders will test a child’s personal safety awareness to determine the risk that the child will tell an adult.

Offenders are less likely to victimize a child if they think the child will tell.

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