Det-Insp Rouse said child sex offenders had then become involved with the mothers and gained their trust.
If you haven’t added your teen on Facebook yet, you really should.
It’s like keeping an eye on them while they are in the playground.
Virtual worlds like Fantage are fun, innocent, bright-colored versions of the massively-multiplayer online games that teenagers and adults play.
They also unintentionally function as online dating sites for the elementary and middle school set.
One of the first places that teens get sidetracked into accessing adult dating sites is through Facebook.
Facebook is generally a relatively safe place for teens to hang out.and while they have been away, their new ‘partner’ has sexually abused their children,” he said.“Our team intercepted sexually abusive images of young children in the course of our daily investigations, examined them and identified the location of the victims that were being sexually abused.Most parents have a hard enough time talking to their kids about dating as it is.Online dating, though, comes with its own baggage; sexual predators, stalking, and the ever-looming threat of online harassment are just a few of them.There are sites that cater to every taste and need, from age, to ethnicity, to religion, and even to hobbies and interests you want to share with potential partners.