Read the NCA report she discusses in the blog - this highlights the increase in rapes during the first face-to-face meeting set up through online dating websites or apps
The NCA has identified an increase in the number of rapes during the first face-to-face meeting set up through online dating websites or apps
Read the full report of NCA’s findings: ow.ly/Y2A4x
If you are raped or sexually assaulted help is available. Police and charities like Rape Crisis (www.rapecrisis.co.uk) and The Survivors Trust (www.survivorstrust.org) are here to help. Information and advice is available nationally: www.derbyshire.police.uk/sash
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