New guidance aimed at increasing the conviction rates of rapists and improving care for their victims was launched by the Home Office today.

The advice for doctors and nurses sets out how forensic evidence of a sexual assault, such as urine samples and clothing, should be collected and stored when a victim is treated in casualty.

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