DOD study finds steep increase in reported sexual assaults

A Pentagon study indicating a 50% increase in reports of military rapes and sexual assaults last year has drawn mixed reactions, with some saying it shows that victims have become more comfortable reporting incidents. Critics say the study was limited. Meanwhile, the Defense Department on Thursday unveiled a new strategy for sexual assault prevention that will require the services to review their alcohol policies.

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