1. Individuals who develop a special one-on-one relationship with one child.
2. Individuals who spend excessive time alone with children who aren’t their own.
3. Individuals who take photographs of children who aren’t their own.
4. Teachers, coaches, activity providers, etc., who develop an intense ongoing relationship with a child who is not on their schedule (or roster) or who is no longer on their schedule (or roster, etc.).
Checklist via Gene G. Abel, M.D. and Nora Harlow authors of The Stop Child Molestation Book: What Ordinary People Can Do In Their Everyday Lives To Save 3 Million Children