& # 39; They have one thing in mind, and they are children & # 39 ;: pedophiles use dating apps to attack single mothers – because top agents encourage women not to share or even reveal photos of their children that they have them
- Detective Jon Rouse warns mothers not to post pictures of children on dating apps
- Single parents are warned not to disclose that they have children until they meet in person
- The Queensland man was arrested after abusing a child of a woman he met online
Pedophiles use dating apps to attack single mothers, police have warned.
Jon Rouse, detective inspector who runs the Australian center to prevent child exploitation, has strongly warned mothers not to share photos of their children online.
Mr. Rouse said that single parents should not reveal that they even have children until they meet the person in real life, amid the fear that pedophiles will have their & # 39; vulnerable & # 39; children will fall prey.
Single parents have been warned not to share photos of their children online in the midst of fear that pedophiles will attack them (file image)
& # 39; Sexual sex offenders use dating apps … and target single and lonely women with children, & # 39; Mr. Rouse said The courier post.
He said that children with a single parent are more at risk of being hit by predators.
& # 39; They have one thing on their mind, and they are children, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Predators will always look for vulnerable children, and in many cases single parent children are more vulnerable. & # 39;
The warning comes in the aftermath of a man from Queensland who was recently arrested by the police after abusing the child of a woman with whom he had a relationship.
He was caught after the police found videos of the abuse after sharing it online.
Julie Inman Grant, an eSafety commissioner, said that predators with dating apps & # 39; the worst nightmare of any parent & # 39; goods.
She said parents should not post pictures with children on their online profiles and & # 39; careful & # 39; should be if the person they are talking to seems overly interested in their children.
Several popular dating apps prohibit photos of unaccompanied children, including Bumble and Tinder.
Another online dating platform, RSVP, completely prohibits images of children.
Single mothers are warned not to mention that they have children until they actually meet the person they speak to online (file image)
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