ABSTRACT: Professional psychologists need to be knowledgeable about how to safeguard children from sex predators and the risks associated with internet sex abuse. Although the internet has many positive aspects as well, one of its most negative characteristics is the possibility of sexual postulation. Online, sexual predators have easy access to many children while going mostly unrecognized. The major goal of our project is to identify child predators through comments and postings on social media so that the administrator of the cyber jail is aware of the predator's past. According to a recent national poll, one in five young adults engage in annual online sex activities (finkelhor, mitchell, & wolak, 2000; mitchell, finkelhor, & wolak, 2001). This project report details the most current changes we made to the system to make it function. Any accounts discovered to be child predators will be reported to the admin for further action in accordance with the established policy.
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.11813