Biting/Stiletto Attacks (1726_16)
1) The count of Violence Against The Person offences recorded in the years 2013/2014/2015 and 2016 (to date), that contain the word ‘nose’ or ‘ear’ in the MO notes and relate to the biting of a victim’s nose or ear.
2) How many of those offences (at q1) resulted in a charge? If possible, please provide how many were charged with assault/GBH/ABH etc.
3) The count of Violence Against The Person offences recorded in the years 2013/2014/2015 and 2016 (to date), that contain the word ‘stiletto’ in the MO notes and relate to the attacker using a stiletto heel to inflict injuries.
4) How many of those offences (at q3) resulted in a charge? If possible, please provide how many were charged with assault/GBH/ABH etc.
5) Based on where the word ‘nose’, ‘ear’ or ‘stiletto’ is included in a report summary. How many of your officers have been assaulted by:
- a) Having their nose bitten in the years 2013/14/15/16 (to date)?
- b) Having their ear bitten in the above years?
- c) Being attacked by a stiletto heel in the above years?
Please find attached (1726_attachment_01.pdf).
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