Exclusive: Over 20 indecent exposure reports every day last year, police data shows

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Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Exclusive: Over 20 indecent exposure reports every day last year, police data shows” – below is their description.

Police have recorded nearly 50,000 cases of indecent exposure over the last six years, according to figures obtained exclusively by Channel 4 News.

But the cases recorded by police are, it’s thought, just a fraction of the true total.

In the wake of high profile murder cases like Libby Squire and Sarah Everard, the history of the men who carried out those attacks has come under scrutiny.

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