David Lisak, a forensic psychologist, led a two-day training in Topeka this week as part of the "Safe Homes, Safe Streets" annual program. Lisak focused his training on helping advocates understand the "undetected rapist," or those offenders who often have scores of victims before their crimes are reported.

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