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ID number:422227
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Published: 21.05.2021.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Used
Time period viewed: 2015.g. - 2016.g.
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    3
1.  What is a pedophilia    4
2.  The Pedophile of Imanta    7
3.  Preventive measures    9
  Conclusion    11
  Keywords    12
  Used literature and internet resources    13
Extract

Conclusion
1. Pedophilia has always been around and it will be always, because there will always be a person who is mentally ill and who wont be able to controll his desires. It is only possible to combat pedophilia but not to get rid of it.
2. Pedophilia leaves horrible psychical scars on the victims. It is a mental disaster, the victims do not even understand what has happened and they usually need treatments for the rest of their lives.
3. Pedophilles are most often mentally ill and they do not even understand that they are doing something wrong. Another option that could change a person into a pedophile is that he has been abused at a young age, and the person just thinks tht it is a normal thing to do.
4. The pedophile of Imanta admits, that he was abused at an early age, and h did these terrible things to get rid of the anger.
5. The pedophile of Imanta was really hard to catch, because he was a very silent guy, he didnt really stand out anywhere and people had no clue, that it could be him.
6. The main aim of the police was to find this pedophile, so no more girls would be harmed. Many police officers sacrificed their free time, just to find this person and solve the crime. Police officers worked undercover, to maximize their chances of catching the criminal.

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