Peeping Toms and Voyeurism Calls

Modern technology has allowed voyeurism to evolve exponentially over the last few decades. Not only can a person be watched unknowingly in private moments, but also filmed. You may have been in your bedroom, riding up an escalator, trying on clothes in...


Most individuals have some degree of voyeurism urges, it is human nature. People are sexually attracted to others, and the thought of seeing them naked is intriguing. Voyeurism is harmless if it is consensual. However, the consequences of secretive voyeurism to the perpetrator, victim, and society are great.

 

About The Author:

Pamela Kulbarsh, RN, BSW has been a psychiatric nurse for over 25 years. She has worked with law enforcement in crisis intervention for the past ten years. She has worked in patrol with officers and deputies as a member of San Diego's Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT) and at the Pima County Detention Center in Tucson. Pam has been a frequent guest speaker related to psychiatric emergencies and has published articles in both law enforcement and nursing magazines.

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