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Sexual Assault Prevention

If sexual assault happens unfortunately, please deal with it calmly:
*Seek safety: in case of an attack, you must try to reach a safe place.

*Keep the site: If you were attacked unfortunately, please remain the site without moving or touching anything for police to collect and investigate the evidences.
1. Preserve the evidences: first wrap yourself in a jacket, call the police, do not take a shower or change the clothes, try not to wash your hands, teeth or go to the toilet.
2.At the same time, call 113 protection-hotline requesting social workers or policewomen to escort you for injuries check and gather the evidences in the hospital immediately.
3. Take a shower after medical treatment: Do not take showers, change clothes or destroy the clothes right after the incident, once the evidences are ruined, the suspect will gain impunity.

*Remember the features of the gangster and car; describe the key clues you saw correctly.
1. People: hair and face features, accent, height, shape, age, clothes and so on.
2.Automobile: color, year, style, license plate number, special decoration, car spots, escape direction and way and etc.

*Services of Police department
˙You can report to any police units, police department has implemented a “single window” system; any unit can process your case.
˙If you report to the police, after we obtain your permission, policewomen will escort you to the hospital for detailed examination, injury inspection and gather relevant evidences.
˙During the process of case enquiry, we will take quarantine measures to ensure privacy.
˙Once it is assessed to start a process that victims reduce duplication of statements, during the investigation, we will record audio and video through the whole process to preserve evidences.
˙If you need psychological treatment, counseling, placement, legal aid or emergency treatment, you can contact Taipei City Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Center. (TEL:23961996#226-227)
Emergency Case Report Number:110
National Protection Hotline: 113

Sources: Women’s and Children’s Protection Division of Taipei City Police Department