Rape cases in safe spaces


PETALING JAYA: The various movement control orders since the outbreak of Covid-19 did not stop rapists from getting at their victims – in too many cases, the restricted mobility merely trapped survivors with people they should have been able to trust.

“While there was a drop in cases, it was not a significant one compared with pre-pandemic times,” said Bukit Aman Sexual, Women and Child Investigations Division (D11) assistant director Asst Comm Siti Kamsiah Hassan (pic).

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