Number of soldiers and sailors at court charged with sex offences rose by 70 ... trends now

Number of soldiers and sailors at court charged with sex offences rose by 70 ... trends now
Number of soldiers and sailors at court charged with sex offences rose by 70 ... trends now

Number of soldiers and sailors at court charged with sex offences rose by 70 ... trends now

Revealed: Number of soldiers and sailors appearing at military court charged with sex offences rose by 70 per cent last year, as top brass bids to stamp out abuse within the ranks There has been a 70 per cent increase in sex offences by soldiers and sailors  Cases have included abuse of women in the services, often by male personnel  The trials of offenders all took placed at Bulford Military Court in Wiltshire  In 2022, the court heard 55 separate cases of offences such as sexual assault 

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The number of soldiers and sailors appearing on sex offence charges at a military court has risen by 70 per cent – as top brass seek to stamp out abuse.

Cases have included sickening abuse of vulnerable women in the services, often by male personnel in positions of authority.

The trials took place at Bulford military court in Wiltshire which handles sex offences committed in the Army and the Royal Navy.

The trials took place at Bulford military court in Wiltshire which handles sex offences committed in the Army and the Royal Navy

The trials took place at Bulford military court in Wiltshire which handles sex offences committed in the Army and the Royal Navy

Corporal shamed Army 

Royal Military Police Officer Edward Gadd

Royal Military Police Officer Edward Gadd

Royal Military Police officer Edward Gadd exposed himself and rubbed against a female colleague, Bulford military court heard last January.

Corporal Gadd also tried to ‘bargain’ with her to carry out other sex acts. When she refused he pulled

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