NYPD Warning To Women Sparks Outrage

October 1, 2011 by USA Post 

NYPD Warning To Women Sparks OutrageNYPD Warning To Women Sparks Outrage, Women in the U.S. city of Brooklyn have been left outraged after being told by some officials of New York Police Department not to wear short skirts, and you might get raped.

Women are being warned that they could be given easy access “to a sex attacker with her provocative clothing and that must change.

After ten rounds sexual unresolved in the area since March, the male officers on patrol have found that the leg was revealed costumes as “inadequate” and gave “tips” that short skirts are not to be used.

The council has provoked fury among women who live in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York, which is famous for being liberal and feminist, the Daily Mail

Jessica Silk, the founder of the slope of the neighborhood watch group security, said the Wall Street Journal that such action was “completely inadequate”.

“There have been reports that women were assaulted skirts use. Unfortunately, this could be a common link between women who were attacked, but the message should be that you should not wear a skirt,” he said.

“The message must be that, ‘Here are some ways you can protect themselves,” he said.

Another woman told Lauren how she and other two women were arrested by police for wearing shorts.

Lauren said he asked if he knew about sexual assault and when all said yes, ‘said a whole and say, “Do not you think that your pants are a little less?”

The officer said they were “exactly the kind of girl that this guy has as its objective”.

Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne New York, however, denied that his officers had become the fashion police.

“Agents are not telling women what not to wear – there’s a TV series does.

It is simply noted that as part of the structure comprising one or more men who the perpetrator (s) have been aimed at women in skirts, “he said.

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