TULSA, Oklahoma - A recent Study says the majority of those who look at child porn, admit they've molested a child. It was published in the Journal of Family Violence and involved people serving time in federal prison for child porn. 85% said they'd molested at least one child.

Tulsa's cyber crimes unit says they've certainly seen that locally and it's one of the reasons they focus on child porn cases. They say Kim Bowman is one example.

Tulsa's cyber crimes unit arrested him for aggravated child pornography after finding more than 100 images on his computer, but then detectives learned Bowman also sexually abused a child who was eight or nine years old. He's serving a 30-year prison sentence.

Kevin Smith is another local example. He's serving 17 years in federal prison for child porn and when he's done with that sentence, he'll go to Oklahoma state prison for 120 years for raping a 13-year-old Glenpool girl. He was caught after trying to lure two more young girls into his car from their Tulsa Kool-Aid stand.

Sergeant Jeremy Noland with the Tulsa Police Cyber Crimes Unit says, "If somebody is looking at that to get sexual gratification, then they are either getting close to being a hands-on offender or are a hands-on offender."

Police say it's important for people to report child pornography whenever they see it on someone's phone or computer, because first, the child pictured, whoever and wherever they are, is a victim, but second, because viewing that type of material, can sometimes escalate to hands-on crimes.