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A charity has raised concerns about online dating after an increase in reports of rape in Scotland. Police Scotland figures revealed more than people in a year reported being raped on a first or second date. Most had been talking with the perpetrator on dating apps or social media before they first met.
Meanwhile in33 people in the whole of the UK reported being raped on a first date with someone they met online. Police have Woman raped online dating an awareness campaign - Get Consent - to warn sex without consent is rape. It is aimed primarily at men agedwho the force said are the peak age for offending. Sandy Brindley, national co-ordinator of Rape Crisis Scotland, said the charity was seeing more people being raped where they have made contact with the perpetrator through online dating. She said: "Even if there was some consensual activity - drinking or you go out for dinner with somebody - it does not mean that somebody is entitled to sex.
She added: "We do hear of people where they meet somebody on the first date, and it does turn out that the person isn't who they've said they were online and sadly it does end in a rape taking place. Police figures for showed there were rapes recorded in Scotland. Assistant Chief Constable Gillian MacDonald said the police campaign was aimed at people in bars and clubs as well as online activity.
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Concern over dating apps after increase in rapes in Scotland