Amid ongoing contention surrounding gender ideology in the United Kingdom, alarms have been sounded about a policy allowing those suspected of rape in Scotland to self-identify as female.
The Times reported Saturday that a freedom of information request from a feminist policy think tank uncovered that Scotland Police said that if rape or attempted rape is perpetrated by a “male who self-identifies as a woman … the male who self-identifies as a woman would be expected to be recorded as a female on relevant police systems.”
Concerns about the confusion this sows into public data are being raised amid conflicting information about how law enforcement agencies document crimes.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter