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Merseyside police has launched a new online pilot that will enable people to report sexual offences online. 

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Parry from Merseyside Police said:

“Taking those first steps to report a sexual offence can be daunting and there are many reasons why people find it hard to do, including the unwillingness to provide personal details. We understand this and have been looking at how we can encourage people to report, which can help us prevent further crimes and bring offenders to justice.

“This new service has been designed in consultation with more than 40 organisations (including Rape Crisis, End Violence Against Women and the Survivors Trust). If successful, it will become a permanent reporting feature for all forces to adopt.”

If you require immediate police assistance and are in an emergency, phone 999.

For more information on the pilot, visit

If you are thinking of reporting to the police and need support, RASA Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) are here to support you.  For more information on the ISVA service, click here

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