Give Them What They Want

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What teenager doesn’t want money? I know, that’s a silly question. But what will they do to get money? Most would be willing to do honest work. A few would be willing to do almost anything.

The school employee in this researched case gave willing teens what they wanted. Money.

BLOG POST #145: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a human resources director.

On The Rise To Success

He’d worked in education for 16 years—a teacher for four years, assistant principal, and middle school principal. It was while he worked as a middle school principal he began a relationship with a male student that lasted almost five years.

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Teenagers In A Motel Room Spells Trouble

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Last week, I shared research on three teens that made online threats to shoot up a school. Two of the three boys served time in jail for their actions.

While awaiting sentencing for the online threat charges, the older of the two boys was arrested on child pornography charges.

BLOG POST #129: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving teenagers and child pornography.

Party Tonight

Nothing good can happen when a group of teenagers party in a motel room. Two teens, a 15-year-old male, and a 13-year-old female were engaging in sex on one of the two beds in the room when the 18-year-old teen began recording them.

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Middle School Manipulator

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When a parent sends their child to school they expect a quality education, they also expect and should demand their child will be safe while there.

Pedophiles are good manipulators. They have honed their skill to recognize a child’s vulnerabilities and then overcompensate to address those weaknesses as part of the grooming process.

BLOG POST #114: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a Middle School Social Studies Teacher and two students.

Criminal Behavior

After the 31-year-old teacher and his 13-year-old student had been in a sexual relationship for more than one year, the girl told her parents.

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Friendly Danger At The Elementary School

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Robin Lyons' Blog Post #119

Hello, friends. Thank you for spending some of your busy day or evening to read my post.

If you’ve been reading my blog posts, by now, you know schools unknowingly employ pedophiles. And there’s not much we can do about it until it’s too late. In my opinion, parents need to talk openly with their young children about ‘stranger danger’ and ‘friendly danger.’

Something as weird as an employee taking a picture of your child’s feet (see linked post) should raise a BIG red flag. Barefoot in First Grade

BLOG POST #111: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving an elementary schools teacher’s assistant.

What do the websites Dark Moon and King of Future Dreams have in common?

They are the two member-only websites where a 33-year-old teacher’s assistant exchanged photographs of children being sexually abused.

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A Sexual Predator At The High School

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Robin Lyons' Blog Post #108Greetings and thank you for reading my blog post. You care about children, or you wouldn’t continue to read my research. I believe understanding more about the dangers lurking online and offline helps us make the world a safer place for kids.

There are so many websites on the internet where teenagers can connect with other teens. Unfortunately, pedophiles and sexual predators are also on those sites. If you haven’t talked openly with your children about cyber predators, perhaps it’s time you did.

BLOG POST #103: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a high school teacher and a teenage girl (not one of his students).

How Much Freedom Should Teenagers Have?

If you have children, I’m sure you’ve had moments when you wanted to snoop on your child’s electronic device to see what websites they visit. Keeping an eye on who they communicate with on social media is a challenge. You might question if they deserve some freedom, or if they know better than to get involved in anything inappropriate. I say, kick those thoughts to the curb and snoop.

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