Recognize that 93% of victims know the perpetrator. Those listed on public registries do not pose a significant public safety risk.
Allocate scarce public resources to educating adults and children about the true threat from family, friends and acquaintances instead of incorrectly focusing on registrants.
Learn the child abuse myths, educate your children and protect them in one adult/one child situations where 80% of sexual abuse cases occur.
Avoid dangerous situations and know how to get out of an uncomfortable situation.
Whether in a rural area, urban area or on a college campus, make a safety plan.
Carefully manage personal information online.
Be willing to help.