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Rape and sexual violence are sensitive and difficult crimes for
people to talk about and deal with.
Suffolk Police take all reports of rape, sexual abuse and
assault seriously and have dedicated staff on hand to help.
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A joint campaign for Norfolk and Suffolk has been launched to tackle rape and serious sexual assault in the county.
"I would probably have died, I wouldn’t have been able to survive the trauma" - Read Sheila's story as she speaks out.
"My heart was thumping and I just told the policewoman how it was" - Read Celia's story as she speaks out.
Watch a short film that tells the story of three victims of rape and sexual assault and highlights the work of the SARC in helping them.
It's still rape! Even if the man is her husband, partner or someone she's previously had consensual sex with, a woman has the right to say 'no'.
Drug rape is a label given to acts of rape where the victim has been made incapable through drugs.
How to report a rape and what happens after you report a rape.
Challenging myths... Men, regardless of their sexuality, can be raped or sexually assaulted.
Child sexual abuse is an abuse of power and an abuse of trust.
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