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Log In Reset Password Sections Home News Sport Business Lifestyle Entertainment Video Opinion Focus on the Land Environment Autowatch Other Classifieds Family Notices Photos Advertising Send in your News Letter Column Event Classified Photo of Week Help Contact Publications Gisborne Herald Weekender Gisborne Property Go-2 Guide Features Search Search User Subscribe Login Register Help Contact gisborneherald.co.nz Log in Subscribe Contact Subscribe Contact Log Out Subscribe Log in Register gisborneherald.co.nz Home News Sport Business Lifestyle Entertainment Video Opinion Photos Family Notices Advertising More Information offered to assist jury Published September 11, 2020 11:59AM Tweet As part of the agreed facts in this week’s trial for a man accused of sexual offending against a niece and nephew, jurors were given evidential information about the behaviour of sexually abused children. They were told the evidence, from expert sources, did not prove or disprove that the complainants were sexually abused by the defendant but was presented to dispel any myths or preconceived notions jurors might have about the way child (and adolescent) abuse victims should behave. The Gisborne Herald considers there is wider public interest in the information so is publishing it in full here. There is no typical reporting pattern for sexually abused children; reporting may be immediate or delayed, direct or indirect, purposeful or accidental, gradual or incremental. Research and professional experience show reporting of childhood sexual offending is most usually delayed. Timing does not assist in determining whether the complaint is true or false. False complaints may also be delayed. There are many reasons why a child will delay reporting their sexual victimisation. These will vary between children and in differing circumstances but include relationships, the availability of protective adults, shame and embarrassment and fear of not being believed, continued contact between victims and offenders. Children are less likely to report abuse by those with whom they have a close or family relationship or on whom they are dependent. Children are less likely to report sexual assaults to adults or caregivers who they perceive to have a close relationship with the offender. If a child is to report sexual offending they require a supportive, competent adult who has the ability to stop further instances of abuse and who will protect them from any retribution by the alleged offender. They will also require an adult who is prepared to believe them and take their disclosure seriously. The child's perception as to whether a parent or caregiver will protect them to stop the abuse will be dependent on the child's history with that adult and their past competency in protecting the child. Reasons preventing disclosures include fearing or being expected to be blamed, disbelieved, and/or negatively judged, embarrassment, not wanting to upset anyone, not being bothered by the abuse, wishing to protect the abuser, fear of the abuser or threats from that person, wanting to obey adults, feeling responsible for the abuse, shame and stigma, or hesitance to break a promise to keep the abuse secret. Some people might think a sexually abused child will avoid their abuser but this does not take into account the dynamics that surround child sexual abuse. It is not uncommon for a child to have continued contact with the offender. If the child is concerned about possible consequences of disclosure, they may continue having contact with the offender in order to avoid the sexual abuse from being discovered. If the child's family has close association with the offender and the child is still dependent on others, who may have contact with the offender, the child may simply have no choice but to continue having contact with someone who has sexually offended against them. A sexually abused child can have ambivalent or mixed feelings towards the offender and can feel affection as well as hate. While sexual abuse usually takes place in secret, it often occurs with others nearby, even if those others are asleep or in another part of a building. Research, court records, incarcerated sexual offender files and clinical experience with both sexual offenders and victims have collectively indicated that children have been sexually abused in virtually any environmental situation, often with others close by but not witness to the offending. In some cases, normalising of the abuse and/or the child's fear of the offender ensures lack of detection by others who may be in the vicinity. ■ The jury involved in the trial in Gisborne District Court this week returned guilty verdicts for all six charges faced by the accused. 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Log In Reset Password Sections Home News Sport Business Lifestyle Entertainment Video Opinion Focus on the Land Environment Autowatch Other Classifieds Family Notices Photos Advertising Send in your News Letter Column Event Classified Photo of Week Help Contact Publications Gisborne Herald Weekender Gisborne Property Go-2 Guide Features Search Search User Subscribe Login Register Help Contact gisborneherald.co.nz Log in Subscribe Contact Subscribe Contact Log Out Subscribe Log in Register gisborneherald.co.nz Home News Sport Business Lifestyle Entertainment Video Opinion Photos Family Notices Advertising More What's on in Gisborne? Published September 17, 2020 3:09PM Tweet This week POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Stars In Their Eyes The finale of the local talent showcase. Lawson Field Theatre. Now October 17, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets from Gisborne i-SITE or ticketek. Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks tribute show Dome Room. Now December 18, 8.30pm. All tickets $34 from eventfinda. Limited door sales NZ Symphony Orchestra Eroica, War Memorial Theatre, September 24. Cancelled. Tickets bought online will be refunded automatically. If you purchased at the i-SITE please ring 0800 Ticketek to give your bank details for the refund. Coming up Spring Music Festival A non-competitive event presented by the Gisborne Music Teachers group. St Andrew’s Church, Saturday, September 26. Adults $5 for a single session (whole afternoon or evening) or $10 for a season pass to all sessions, and $15 for a season pass for two adults. Siblings and other children free. Deadbeat A visual live experience. Dome Room, Saturday, September 26, 9pm. Earlybird tickets from eventfinda $15+bf. First release $25+bf, GA $35+bf. Pianist Liam Furey Tiromoana, 41 Winifred Street. Sunday, September 27, at 2.30pm. $20. Dave Dobbyn’s Open Up Tour War Memorial Theatre, Saturday, October 3, 7pm. All tickets bought for the original date are valid for the new date. Tickets $52.50 from Gisborne i-SITE or eventfinda. NZDC — NZ’s No.1 ACDC Experience Smash Palace, Saturday, October 3, 9pm. Tickets $25+bf from eventfinda. Theatre Proof by David Auburn Directed by Dinna Myers. Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli Street.September 17-27. Tickets $24-$28+bf from Gisborne i-SITE or eventfinda. $1 of each ticket sold goes to support people living with dementia in Gisborne. Auditions for Charlotte’s Web Evolution Theatre Company, 75 Disraeli Street. Saturday, September 26, 11am. The Crucible by Arthur Miller Directed by Norman Maclean. Unity Theatre, October 2-10. Tickets $25 from i-SITE or eventfinda. A One Night Stand - Gisborne Saturday, October 3, 7pm. Evolution Theatre Company. The Addams Family Directed by Belinda Campbell. Lawson Field Theatre. December 11-19. Tickets from i-SITE or ticketek. At the movies DOME CINEMA School Life The new deputy principal of a Paris suburban middle school is warned by her colleagues that the students are unmotivated and undisciplined, but she sees things differently. Award-winning French comedy-drama. With subtitles. Romantic Road A London lawyer and his wife redefine later life by motoring across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls Royce, falling into company with chaiwallahs and maharajahs, dodging tribal conflicts and battling with border officials to get to a human rights festival in Bangladesh. The Girl on the Bridge Documentary film that gives a glimpse into the suicide crisis in New Zealand. It follows the journey of 22-year-old Jazz Thornton, who survived multiple suicide attempts and is now taking on a system she believes is failing her generation. ODEON MULTIPLEX Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite! A supervillain parrot hatches a devious scheme to break the long-standing truce between cats and dogs. Dead New Zealand film in which Tom Sainsbury plays stoner Dane “Marbles” Marbeck, a hapless character who can see and speak with the dead. Hayden J. Weal, the film’s director, plays a ghost cop who needs Marbles’ help to solve his murder. Weal and Sainsbury also teamed up to write Dead. The War With Grandpa A boy will stop at nothing to get his room back from his grandfather, who has come to live with the family after the death of his wife. Stars Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Uma Thurman and Oakes Fegley. School Life The new deputy principal of a Paris school takes a different approach with pupils her colleagues warn her are hopeless cases. Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Japanese animated adventure film. Savage New Zealand film Savage follows Danny (Jake Ryan) across three decades of his life, trying to understand the boy who eventually becomes the brutal enforcer of a gang. Porirua-raised writer and director Sam Kelly undertook a huge task of casting “real people” from around the country for the film, seeking authentic characters who could fit into the gang world he had created. Danny is followed through character-defining moments, from a shocked, timid boy to being the leader and enforcer of a violent gang. After We Collided American romantic drama film directed by Roger Kumble and starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin. It is based on the 2014 new adult fiction novel of the same name by Anna Todd and is the sequel to the 2019 film After. The Australian Dream AFL legend Adam Goodes shares the story of his life and career to offer a deeper insight into race, identity, and belonging. The New Mutants Five young mutants, just discovering their abilities while held in a secret facility against their will, fight to escape their past sins and save themselves. Tenet Written, directed and co-produced by Christopher Nolan. An operative of the organisation known as Tenet is tasked with preventing World War 3. Stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh. This Town Acquitted of the charge that he murdered his family, a young man tries to rebuild his life while an ex-cop who now owns a petting zoo tries to prove his guilt. The man meets a young woman whose faith in his innocence lends new force to his struggle for an ordinary life. Got something going on? Let The Guide know at guide@gisborneherald.co.nz, or telephone 869-0630. Pianist Liam Furey: Tiromoana, 41 Winifred Street. Sunday, September 27, at 2.30pm. $20. 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