Without a manual, it is hard for any parent etc. In this case it was the mere thought of any remote possibility rather than any known real and/or present danger.
With that thought, and as you seem an expert, and as such
I think this would be more appropriate as your blog. (good books, I came across are "Broken boys, mending men, Dr. Grubeman-black" (spelling may be wrong as it was a long time ago.) also more orientated to women but I still found very wise thus very useful. "Breaking free, Caroline Ainscough & Kay Toon" (again spelling may be off, though I think I still have this one if you wish more details). The person I broke the silence to said "It's not nice to be touched like that", I remain ever grateful as he went on to tell those like my mother, etc. Whom I couldn't talk to at the time.
The next question is about how would you promote an environment where a suffering child may find they can approach with such things -without any mischief of course, though I believe this to be extremely rare.
Finally, they say paedophiles hone into quiet and lonely, vulnerable children like some kind of radar. But is there a way, are there ways besides the register to spot signs of a paedophile?
Thanks again, and very best wishes