Child sexual abuse doesn’t just put suffering onto victims and their families, it’s also a crime, punishable to the full extent of the law.
Whether you’re a victim of abuse, or know someone who is, it’s important to identify what exactly happened to you, and how to take legal action.
What is the law?
Sexual interference is against children under 14, and is a crime if someone touches any part of the body of a child for a sexual purpose.
Invitation to sexual touchingis a crime if someone encourages a child (under age 14) to touch him/her with any part of the child’s body (or with an object) for a sexual purpose. It is also a crime if someone encourages a child (under 14) to touch his or her own body or the body of someone else for sexual purpose.
Sexual exploitationis a crime if someone who is…
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