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Reports of sexual violence in London’s clubs, bars, pubs and music venues rose to a six-year high in 2021, according to a new investigation report.

according to data obtained by Time is up From January 1 to October 31 last year, there were 207 allegations of sexual harassment and 29 reports of rape in London nightclubs, according to Metropolitan Police.

The increase in attacks occurred despite the fact that facilities were closed in the first six months of 2021 or capacity was limited according to social remote guidelines. coronavirus pandemic.

Since 2016, the number of rape and sexual assault charges in London has increased by almost a fifth. It is not clear whether this is due to an increase in reports or more cases.

According to the National Statistics Office (ONS), the number of rapes in the year ending in June 2021 was the highest in the country, rising between April and June.

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According to Nick Stripe, head of ONS crime statistics, the increase may be partly due to influential campaigns and public figures talking about abuse.

“The number of sexual offenses reported by police before the pandemic was much lower than the number of victims estimated by Criminal Investigations for England and Wales, with less than one in six rape or rape victims reporting the crime to police,” Stripe said. The guard.

Bryony Beynon, co-founder of Good Night Out – an initiative aimed at boosting measures to combat sexual harassment through staff and staff training – said attack victims may be more willing to talk about events than in previous years.

“We’ve been stuck in nightlife for more than a year, so the boundaries of what people are willing to put up with may have changed,” he said. Time is up. “The fields have been pressured to make sure COVID is available so they can actually collaborate more to report.”

Visit the UK for help, advice or more information on sexual assault, rape and rape Rape Crisis Charity Website. In the US, visit RAIN.



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