"Anyone wishing to report a sexual offence
can call 101 and specially trained call handlers will deal with your report.
JID was implicated by a neighbour who used the Sexual Offence
Act to "settle" a land dispute.
An MOD spokesperson said: "Any sexual offence
is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in the Armed Forces.
Low conviction levels have been blamed on only a small number of people being charged after a sexual offence
It also stipulates rules for reporting of sexual offences
and terrorism-related offences, and says that the identity of a 'person connected with an offence of terrorism or a sexual offence
' or their family members would not be reported in print, electronic or any other media if they are minors or if the court feels that it would affect the quality or voluntariness of evidence in the case.
According to North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones, secretly photographing underneath a woman's clothing without her consent should be a sexual offence
The force provided "specialist services to support victims and encourage anyone who has been the victim of a sexual offence
to come forward".
What this means, for example, is that if a 13-year-old boy approaches a clinic nurse for treatment of a sexually transmitted infection, or a 14-year-old girl goes to a clinic for prenatal care or for an abortion, in terms of the law the attending nurse or other healthcare provider would have knowledge of a sexual offence
and would be obliged to report the incident to the police or risk penalties for failure to report.
* post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) after a sexual offence
This Act also creates a broad obligation to report any sexual offence
involving a child.
Of the total of 291 children from the SBP and non-SBP groups followed over the course of the study, 11 males and 2 females had one or more sexual offence
arrests or child welfare perpetration reports.
A Norwegian court has ruled that pinching a woman on the bottom in the workplace is not a sexual offence