We are also willing to work to your timetable on this e.g.
one session a week for six weeks, or all in one session, whatever you feel is best for their understanding and development.’ If you’re the ideal candidate and fancy applying, you can do so by messaging the parents through uk.
The parents in question are keen to find someone who’ll be able to explain concepts that go beyond how babies are made, answering questions on consent, gender, and intimacy.
“What if there is a chat online and you don’t know if you’re chatting with an offender or someone who is 15 years old pretending to be 30,” she said.
“Maybe then, this tool can analyze the differences in an actual 13-year-old versus someone who is pretending to be 13 or an actual adult versus someone who is pretending to be an adult.
“That way, officers can begin to prioritize which cases they want to put resources toward to investigate more quickly.” Other standout characteristics of sexual predators grooming victims for a face-to-face meeting is that the chats will often go on for weeks or even months until a meeting is achieved.
Those involved in sexual fantasy chatting move on from one youth to another quickly.
‘We will not be in the room with you but will be home so the children can come and find us if it’s getting too much for them.
‘My husband and I are willing to pay £2,500 to the right candidate who can handle this delicately and professionally.
‘I don’t trust the school to do a proper job teaching either of our children about the complexities of puberty, intimacy and consent which is why we’re looking for someone to handle this for us.
‘You will ideally be OFSTED registered and must have an up-to-date DBS check as we will not be attending the sessions. ‘All sessions will be at our home at a time when one, or both of us can be in the house.
— An algorithm tool developed by Purdue Polytechnic Institute faculty will help law enforcement filter out and focus on sex offenders most likely to set up face-to-face meetings with child victims.
The Chat Analysis Triage Tool (CATT) was presented last week by principal investigator Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar, assistant professor of computer and information technology, at the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts Conference in Anaheim, California.
Seigfried-Spellar said law enforcement officers are inundated with cases involving the sexual solicitation of minors – some interested in sexual fantasy chats, with others intent on persuading an underage victim into a face-to-face meeting.