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Closing the loophole allows sex abusers to continue working with children

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There is a loophole that allows sex abusers to continue working with children if an organization conducts a background check. But, because of the bravery of a young girl, the system was fixed.

Serena Parisi, 21, continues to share her story of abuse. “From the age of 11 to 14, I was really abused by an adult man in my life who had a lot of access to me and who I trusted,” Parisi said.

The reason she continues to share her story is because her abuser is still allowed to be around children. Parisi said: ‘My perpetrator went and volunteered at children’s organizations in Naples.

Her abuser, whom she did not identify, went out with children shortly after his inappropriate relationship with Parisi.

Serena Parisi filed a restraining order or restraining order against her abuser, but that didn’t stop him. “The manner in which sexual violence restraining orders were filed in the state of Florida kept both victims and perpetrators anonymous,” Parisi said.

When an organization conducts a background check, her ban does not show up. “I can’t bear the thought that someone would have to go through what I went through if it could be prevented,” she said.

Now, “Serena’s Law“Requires each court clerk to post online the identity of someone with an injunction or restraining order filed against them to protect minors. She wants to focus on educating others about what abusers do.

“I hope that with our generation we can shift our focus away from the danger of the Stranger and talk about how this happens in very tight-knit communities and circles where this is happening,” said Parisi. Adults and children have mutual trust.

Parisi is studying psychology at the University of Miami and was recently recognized as one of the Gulfshore Life’s Men and Women of the Year. She is the youngest person ever to receive this honor.

https://www.winknews.com/2021/11/24/serenas-law-closing-a-loophole-that-allowed-sexual-abusers-to-continue-working-with-kids/ Closing the loophole allows sex abusers to continue working with children

Aila Slisco

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