Are The Reports And Stories Of Sexual Harassment Of Women In Buses, Trains, Etc., True And Under-reported?
Q: Are the reports and stories of sexual harassment of women in buses, trains, etc., true and under-reported?
The N.Y.C. Police Department has put an undercover operation in place on the NYC subway system due to incidents of sexual harassment of women. Are the police over-reacting or is the under cover operation legitimate.
Have you ever known anyone or been involved in any sexual misconduct by someone at the workplace?....
A: Concerning public transportation, some women are groped etc on a crowded bus or train but don't report it because sometimes it's done quickly from behind and they can't tell which perv done it or he runs away. Since the NYC police has a sting operation in place then enough women have reported it for this action to take place. Most workplaces have policies against sexual harassment and anyone who is being bothered should document and report it - and many have. Concerning the woman in the military, she should have carefully documented and preserved the rape evidence and notified authorities right away. Doesn't matter if the rapist is command or not, they will investigate and press charges if the evidence is there. She seems intelligent enough to know what to do, there might be more to the story - maybe she hung around him often enough in various off-duty situations to where the act was considered consensual.
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