Follow-Up: Rape in Baltimore

Last week, my friend and colleague, Kim Day, appeared on Baltimore Public Radio to discuss the recent media coverage on sexual assault in Baltimore (you can see the post where it’s referenced here). Listen to the full discussion here. Way to go, Kim!

You can see the full list of discussion participants and a description of the program after the jump.

From the site:

For the past four years, the Baltimore Police Department has deemed 30% of rape cases to be false or baseless, the highest percentage of any other city in the US. We talk with Justin Fenton, the Baltimore Sun reporter who broke the story, and examine the numbers with Gail Reid, from the victim advocacy group TurnAround, Inc., former police officer and Johns Hopkins faculty member Dave Thomas  and Kim Day, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.

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