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Minder® 140db Police Approved Mini Minder Loud Personal Staff Panic Rape Attack Safety Security Alarm Keyring w/Torch - Secured by Design Approved (Police Preferred Specification) (Black)

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There is a legal guidance to encourage universities in the UK to investigate allegations of indecent assault or rape because believing that it is purely a police matter, could be breaking the law. Like public authorities, governing bodies have a legal obligation under the Human Rights Act and the Public Sector Equality Duty, to eliminate discrimination and harassment against women. What are public bodies like Universities and colleges doing for student personal safety? It also has a strobe light but it is a lot smaller than the Ashley one. On the upside it's very discreet and lightweight. 3. Red Temp Alarm Yes, carrying a rape alarm is legal in the UK. Rape alarms are not classified as weapons, and there are no laws prohibiting their use. However, it’s important to note that using a rape alarm to intentionally cause harm or distress to another person is illegal and can result in criminal charges. 4. What are the rules and regulations for carrying a rape alarm? Work has been undertaken to understand the sexual offences involving people aged 16 and over reported over a 12 month period to West Yorkshire Police. It was found that in approximately half the reported serious sexual offences, the perpetrator and victim were described as ‘acquaintances’, in some cases having met in a bar or club in the hours before the offence has taken place. Most perpetrators target individuals who are under the influence of alcohol between 12 midnight and 7am, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

We have also published a psychological evidence toolkit and guidance on prosecuting cases of same-sex violence in the last few months to help our staff understand specific vulnerabilities in these cases.The Ladybug Emergency Personal Alarm Keychain is a must-have for all parents. It has an age-appropriate design that makes it easy to use against potential threats or dangers in your child’s life, without being over burdensome on them with big words and confusing functions like other keychains out there! Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places. The CPS shares the deep public concern that while the number of RASSO reports to the police have increased in recent years, the number of cases going to court has fallen. Working with partners across the criminal justice system and with victims’ groups to understand why this is happening, and finding the best way forward, is urgent and necessary. Recent surveys have indicated that one-third of female students in Britain had experienced sexual assault or unwanted advances while at college. But are universities doing enough? Some colleges have been criticised for not taking rape and sexual assault complaints seriously enough. Yes, anyone can carry a rape alarm, regardless of gender. Can I use a rape alarm if I feel threatened, but there’s no immediate danger?

On the training front providers promote student personal safety with a toolkit of skills necessary to deal with personal safety issues; how to recognise a threat to your personal safety and adapt to the situation so you stay safe. Having these skills and the necessary safety equipment could make all the difference if you need to take evasive action or alert people to the threat. Combining Ear Piercing Rape Alarms and Foul smelling deterrent

Prosecutors are bound by the Code for Crown Prosecutors to consider whether there is any evidence that suggests the witness’s account is not credible or plausible. However, in doing so they must not be influenced by myths and stereotypes. The legal and evidential requirements needed to effectively, efficiently and fairly proceed with a rape prosecution can be significant to overcome. Sexual offences typically occur in a private place between two individuals with little or no direct corroborating evidence. It is necessary under the law for the prosecution to provide evidence not only that a person did not consent to the act but that the perpetrator did not reasonably believe that they were consenting. I want to be clear about how we make our decisions on these cases - it is not based on a lawyer’s perception of which way a jury might go in deciding a defendant’s guilt. It is based - and always has been - on the merits of each individual case based on the Code for Crown Prosecutors. No, rape alarms should only be used in emergency situations where there is an immediate threat to your safety. Can I use a rape alarm to protect my property?

West Yorkshire Police has specialist officers in Safeguarding Unitsacross the county, who will deal with all reports of sexual offences seriously and sensitively, putting the wishes of the victim first. There is a pin-ripcord activation method as well as a push-button activation method for this model. With this bag, a ripcord and wrist strap are included. Runners and wearers alike will find the PPS-9 135db Personal Alarm useful as a personal alarm that can be clipped to clothing. Personal safety alarms are growing in popularity in the UK and are one of the most effective defence tools the are legal in the UK - no pepper spray isn't legal in the UK!Rape and serious sexual offending remains one of the most misunderstood forms of criminality in society. The evidence shows that this type of offending is most commonly perpetrated by someone known to the victim and in many cases there will be no visible sign of injury. Significant psychological evidence shows that the neurological response to the trauma of rape and sexual assault can impact a victim’s ability to give a clear and coherent account of the event. However this evidence runs counter to many societal myths and sterotypes regarding rape and serious sexual offending which continue to persist and must be constantly challenged by prosecutors. A personal alarm with 135 dB of power from Vigilant, the PPS-9 is the most versatile on the market. The belt clip, wrist strap, and ripcord make this item convenient to wear. A ripcord or button can be pulled to activate the device. It can therefore be taken pretty much anywhere. Max Hill KC, Director of Public Prosecutions Introduction from Siobhan Blake, Chief Crown Prosecutor for CPS West Midlands and CPS National Lead on Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Siobhan Blake, CPS

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