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    Volume 46, Issue 6 (November 2001)

    Cybersex with Minors: Forensic Implications

    (Received 5 July 2000; accepted 17 February 2001)


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    This paper is designed to assist forensic psychiatrists/psychologists who evaluate adults who commit sexual crimes against children on the Internet. The typical offender is an adult male who logs onto the Internet and enters a chat room in which children congregate. Unbeknownst to the offender, undercover police officers are posing as minors in the chat rooms. The undercover officer (pretend kid) and offender engage in increasingly explicit, sexual conversation; the offender may transmit erotic photographs to the undercover officer and/or arrange to meet at a motel in order to have sexual intercourse. The authors will discuss the relevant legal, clinical, and ethical aspects of examining these offenders, and describe specific cases that the author (2) evaluated.

    Author Information:

    Sharma, KK
    Clinical professor, USC School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

    Jaffe, ME
    Psychiatrist, State of California, Los Angeles, CA

    Stock #: JFS15162J


    DOI: 10.1520/JFS15162J

    Title Cybersex with Minors: Forensic Implications
    Symposium ,
    Committee E30