A gender specific approach to understanding female sex offenders is important for developing prevention and treatment strategies, yet research to date is limited. While it is recognised that females often offend with another person, there has been little attempt to look beyond the two groupings of solo and co-offending and study females who offend in larger groups. Furthermore, very few studies have looked at the victims of these crimes and all of these have focussed on child victims only. The present work describes demographic and assault related characteristics of victims of all ages reporting a sexual assault by a female perpetrator to the Havens sexual assault referral centres in London, UK, in a five year period, with the aim of identifying victim, perpetrator and offence patterns in solo, pair and group sexual assaults.
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Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar D is expected to resign her post after her office bungled the process that would have let citizens vote on a constitutional amendment allowing the survivors of child sexual abuse a two-year window to sue their abusers regardless of when the abuse took place, Spotlight PA reported Monday. The Department of State, which Boockvar has run since , failed to advertise the proposed amendment as required under state law. As a result, the state must begin the amendment process from scratch, meaning that it must once again pass through the state legislature this year and next year. Assuming the legislature cooperates, the earliest the amendment can be added to the ballot is the spring of Boockvar was the subject of several high-profile post-election lawsuits seeking to prevent the state from certifying its vote tabulations.