Paul Vitello reports in the New York Times that ultra-orthodox haredim who have long avoided reporting crimes within their community have begun to turn to police and prosecutors in cases of child sexual abuse.  Vitello describes measures taken by District Attorney Charles Hynes to build ties within the community; the story indicates that prosecutors in Brooklyn have pursued 26 of these cases this year – a small percentage of the total number of these cases, which run about 700 per year, but a dramatic increase from the previous one or two cases a year.