You are a parole officer and have a client, Paul Rosen, who was recently released from prison and is a registered sex offender. One of the obligations of a parolee is to keep in close contact with his parole officer. This particular parolee failed to maintain contact with you for a period of 4 months. During your effort to find Paul Rosen, you find out that Paul was involved with a woman who has three children, ages 6, 9, and 14. You feel compelled to contact this woman and find out whether she knew that Paul was a registered sex offender who is out of prison on parole. During the conversation, she was appreciative that you had concerns but explained that Paul told her that he was involved with a 16-year-old, but that the girl had lied to him about her age. She said his conviction was the fault of the girl’s parents, who convinced the daughter to press charges as a way to keep him away from her. She said it was not a big deal because the girl lied to Paul about her age. During your conversation with the woman, you feel compelled to tell her about Paul’s past of molesting two girls, ages 4 and 7.