To Catch a Predator

To Catch a Predator

A Predator can be an American reality television series which includes camera investigations that are hidden by the television program Dateline NBC. It was devoted to impersonating individuals that were under age and detaining male adults that contacted them on the web for sexual liaisons. People confronted and were lured to match under the pretense of contact a decoy. Prove host Chris Hansen clarified with NPR News in a meeting that these issues should be labeled as potential predators, and never pedophiles. "Pedophiles have a very specific definition, those who are interested in prepubescent gender," he stated. The show premiered in November 2004, and included 12 investigations in total. The investigations were conducted together with the assistance of watchdog group perverted justice since sting operations. Since the next episode, other officials and police force were involved, resulting in the arrests on the majority of individuals caught. No episodes have aired since December 2007. NBC affiliates WTMJ in Milwaukee, KSHB at WBRE and Kansas City Also Have achieved variations of To Catch a Predator. Several Spinoffs have aired in the same format, such as To Catch a Conman, To Catch a Car Thief, To Catch an ID Thief and To Catch. To Catch a Predator is also aired on the Crime and Crime & Investigation Network at the Great Britain, FX & Investigation Network at Australia and New Zealand along with FOX Crime in Portugal.
Release: 2004-11-11
Genres: Documentary
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Duration: 60 min
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