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Convictions remain rare when police are accused of sexual assault

By Danielle McNabb, Doctoral Candidate, Political Studies, Queen's University, Ontario
Kate Puddister, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph
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Sexual violence by police is more common than many might think. Failing to fully investigate can have a chilling effect on what is already the most underreported violent crime in Canada.The Conversation

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