Sexual abuse refers to forced, undesired sexual contact and behavior inflicted by one person upon another. It differs from the term sexual assault in that it requires a pattern of this behavior, rather than an isolated incident. However, it also refers to any type of sexual behavior by an adult toward a child. Sexual abuse is also occasionally referred to as “molestation.” A common theme in sexual abuse cases is the abuser using a position of power to coerce a subordinate into engaging in sexual acts in which he or she would otherwise not engage.
McCann investigators handle a wide variety of sexual abuse cases, ranging from sexual abuse in the workplace to sexual abuse of minors. Our trained digital forensics analysts diligently pore over a variety of digital media and hardware to uncover evidence that can be used to find a successful result in your case.