GPD Launches New Website to Report Sexual Assault, But There's Been No Reports
GAINESVILLE - It's been a month since the Gainesville Police Department launched their website to report sexual assault...but no one's reported anything yet.
People may be hesitant to come forward or not enough people may know about it.
The site allows you to report sexual abuse anonymously, and you can also find out what to do if you have become a victim or know someone who is a victim.
GPD Captain Lynne Benck, helped create website: "you might be helping a potential victim who hasn't been victimized yet by making a report."
The website is unique to the state of Florida.
The website is: www.reportrapegainesville.org
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