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“No matter what the circumstances, sexual activities against your will is a crime, and my strongly-held view remains that it’s not ok to blame the victim whether a man or woman.” Anyone who has been the victim of a sexual assault can contact police on 999 or 101.
Alternatively, contact the independent Swindon Sexual Assault Referral Centre, confidentially, on 01793 781916.
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The senior officer said: “The rising popularity of online dating apps and websites has, unsurprisingly, contributed to an increase in the number of recorded crimes.
WILTSHIRE singletons looking for love have been warned by police of the dangers of online dating apps.“Should the worst ever happen, support is available.I was proud to be at the re-launch of the First Light Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) in February this year and to witness first-hand the superb support the doctors, nurses and crisis workers provide to survivors of rape and sexual abuse.” If you are a victim of rape or sexual assault and it has occurred recently, you should call 999 so it can be dealt with as urgently and effectively as possible.It follows reports that, nationally, the number of people claiming to have been raped by someone they met online has soared in the last 10 years. 33 people reported having been assaulted by someone they met online, compared to 184 in 2014.Wiltshire Police’s new lead for vulnerability, Asst Chief Const Mark Cooper, urged people using apps like Tinder and Grindr to remember that the person with whom they are swapping flirty messages is still “largely a stranger”.
If it has not happened recently, Wiltshire Police would still like to speak to you - please call 101.