It shows that a child requires proof that a defendant wantedly or recklessly engaged in a conduct that created substantial risk of serious bodily injury or sexual abuse to a child who wantedly or recklessly failed to take reasonable steps to alleviate such risk where there was a duty to act. There are issues about case law about determining whether a caregiver’s inadequate supervision gives rise to something called “probable cause” to believe that they commit the crime of reckless endangerment of a child and that is fact specific.  It looks at whether or not the relevant circumstances show the gravity and possible harm or risk.