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Assault

Unwanted and/or violent physical contact with another person. Assault is a crime and a tort in most jurisdictions, though specific definitions differ from place to place.
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The report states a boy (8) was assaulted in Feb 2 in Thirkhanwala; a girl (5) was molested on March 25 in Chak No 125; a boy (5) was assaulted in Sultanpur; on March 28, an eight-year-old fell prey to a predator in Pathankot; on May 19, a boy (8) was assaulted by in Doda; on June 1, a pedophile struck a boy (1) in Chak No 51-SB; on June 17, a boy (1) fell prey to a molester in Jhawarian; on Aug 8, a boy (9) was assaulted in Chak No 67-SB; on Aug 9, another boy (9) was assaulted in Jhal Chakian; a boy (4) was raped in Phularwan; on Nov 24, a boy (6) was assaulted in Chak No 7-ML; on Nov 27, a predator struck a boy (5) in Kotmin and on Dec 27, a man assaulted a boy (8) in Phularwan.
Last year, over 600 Airmen reported being sexually assaulted.
Law enforcement agencies reported that 58,792 officers were assaulted in the line of duty.
The complete annual report, Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted, 2005, is available online at http://www.
All but two of the six attacks in 2003 occurred before late March, when sheriff's officials released a composite drawing of the man who had sexually assaulted two women and tried to assault a third.
The purpose of this study was to test the relationships between heavy episodic drinking and individuals' sexual experiences, specifically their experiences with sexually assaulting or being sexually assaulted.
An inmate sued state officials alleging that she was sexually assaulted by a corrections officer and that she was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment in violation of her Eighth Amendment rights.
Between September 25th and October 8th in the East End area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, six women (ages 14 to 33) were assaulted by a violent deviate who would approach them from behind while they were walking, try to make conversation, threaten them (in most instances) with a firearm, then sexually assault (or attempt to assault) them.
May 13: A 22-year-old woman is indecently assaulted near an underground station.
During a tournament game for 6th grade boys, Taylor assaulted referee Charles Murray, knocking him unconscious.
Assault increases women's risk of violence-related stress, which increases their risk of alcohol and substance abuse, which increases their risk of being assaulted again.