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There are many things that make a child vulnerable to sexual abuse and we'll look at two scenarios that we can all learn from. First, we'll explore a coach-athlete relationship and how one pedophile used his position of power to his advantage. We'll also explore how some pedophiles travel to other countries where kids are more vulnerable. We'll discuss how in both cases, we can spot offenders' activities and protect kids.

Diane Cranley Interviews:

Markus Lutteman - Mark is a web editor at the regional daily Nerikes Allehanda and the author of three books including El Choco, Utsatt (Exposed) and Det du inte sag (What you did not see). The latest book, a biography co-written with former high jump world record holder Patrik Sjoberg, sent shock waves through Sweden when it was revealed that Patrik was sexually abused by his celebrated coach in the early days of his career.

Catherine Norman - Catherine has been a police officer for almost 30 years. She spent the last 15 years in a domestic violence unit where she investigated all types of crimes against children, especially sexual and physical abuse. Catherine is also a trained forensic interviewer and considers herself to have a great experience in that field. In 2010 she joined the Swedish NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) where a new special task force was started in order to combat the travelling sex offenders.