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What is Grooming & Delayed Disclosure?
Who Does This Affect?
1 in 4 girls and 1 in 13 boys experience this abuse.
Who Are The Offenders?
93% are abused by someone they know.
Who Will Report?
83% of children will never tell. They’re all alone. Of those who do tell, the average age when they share their experience is 52 years old.
How Many Offenders Are Held Accountable?
There’s usually no “hard” physical evidence, no witnesses, no crime scene, and no offender cooperation. Most people think this means there’s no case. As a result, only 6% of reported cases end in a criminal conviction, and 94% of reported offenders walk free.
Do Offenders Stop At One?
70% of offenders harm 1-9 children, 20% hurt 10-40 children, and 10% harm more.
Does Training Increase Accountability?
We teach community members and multidisciplinary teams how to look for “soft” evidence that can land a conviction through the 7 stages of grooming and delayed disclosure. It’s an entirely new way of looking at cases and our techniques secure convictions, 100% of the time.