14 episodes

As a sex offender counselor for over two decades, Steven Ing invites you to consider a whole new dimension of true sex crimes.

Sex Crime Central with Steven Ing Steven Ing, MFT

    • True Crime
    • 4.0 • 6 Ratings

As a sex offender counselor for over two decades, Steven Ing invites you to consider a whole new dimension of true sex crimes.

    Gifted & Invisible

    Gifted & Invisible

    Sam had a chronically terminal case of potential. Diagnosed with ADHD at a young age, he was never able to really master anything...except finishing a bottle. After a DUI at 20, Sam started getting into file sharing, which included music, art and photos of girls...young girls. He knew they were really, really young but by this time in his life, Sam had no reason not to continue spiraling down to a place called Sex Crime Central. 

    • 28 min
    Grown Man, Child's Brain

    Grown Man, Child's Brain

    Ben was a simple man with simple needs, who’d never had a sexual partner. Having more than his share of obstacles since birth, an adult Ben was no stranger to the law and quickly became dependent on his closest connection to the outside world: the Internet. There, he found a room called "Titillation" in a place called Sex Crime Central.

    • 26 min
    Once Upon An Uber

    Once Upon An Uber

    Though 18-year-old Victor was a proud and active member of his tribe, he was desperate to escape the reservation and the chronic domestic violence in his family’s home. When he finally broke free of the reservation with some money in hand, Victor couldn’t wait for his bright future ahead, but had no idea what was next for him. When he met the attractive and friendly Uber driver, he decided to take matters into his own hands...leading him to his final stop at Sex Crime Central.

    • 27 min
    A Marine Goes Way Off Base

    A Marine Goes Way Off Base

    Marine Mike Rojas had sorted everything out...except his uncertainty with social situations. With no idea how to make friends or function in society, Mike made one final bar stop at Sex Crime Central, a place where the bartenders always serve you whatever you need before serving you up to the cops.

    • 29 min
    Beating Off In The Basement

    Beating Off In The Basement

    There's a type of knock at the door that, once you hear it, you never forget it: experienced citizens call it "the cop knock." Vince had heard that knock, but never before like this. At 44 with no real success in any area of his life, his “Plan B” now included a final stop at Sex Crime Central.

    • 28 min
    Sex Ed Beatdown

    Sex Ed Beatdown

    José was the hardest working ranch hand around by anyone’s standards. He had married someone his mother approved of, but when that fell apart, his state of mind shifted to a continuous and deep sense of shame. Without any clear sense of direction, Jose unthinkingly decided to go down an unfamiliar road, a road leading to the terminal at Sex Crime Central, where the doors are always open for business.  

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Lilblonde1 ,

Great show

I love how well done this show it! I wish the episodes were longer because I always want to keep listening to them talk!
The preventive side of these cases are great and I wish more people had the mindset of Steven Ing!

Eideekay ,

Very Good Listen!

From the moment I hit play I was taken down a dark path. I truly appreciate the you can hear all sides of the stories. Steve brings a unique perspective which I have not heard done before on a cast.

Got a little backwards and started with #3 “Father O’Toole” and wow, that one sat heavy on me, especially remembering pieces of a news story I’d heard in 2012..... it was actually a really sad story, and made me have empathy for priests and the mental (and often physical) abuse they suffer at the hands of family, and Religous leaders in regards to very average sexual needs.

Realized after continuing on, it really does not matter what order you listen in, the material is great! And real, sad, at times scary.

Favorite line so far was “not a tourist, but a permanent resident” so powerful! “Johnny was born this way” shot a chill down my spine. Coming from Steve, and his brilliance, hearing about Johnny’s narcissism and genetics, I am unlearning my own preconceived notions of good vs evil.

This is great! Absolutely recommend!

Steve’s voice is so calming, and I can’t wait for more to come!

pooplegs ,

Are you sharing the stories of your patients?

Just changing the names of the people you have met while treating these people does not make it right for you to profit off their stories. It seems unethical to me, especially if they’re working to better themselves and not reoffend.

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