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“Even if you feel you have become closer to someone via email, text messaging or phone calls, you should still remember that this person is largely a stranger to you.“It is therefore vital that when meeting someone new in person, you take precautions, agree on what you both want from the date and don’t feel pressured to do anything you aren’t comfortable with.Last year, Tinder rapist Kristian Stevenson was jailed for five years after the Middlesbrough man was convicted at Teesside Crown Court of forcing himself on a woman he met on the app.And Brighton Crown Court heard how hairdresser Daryll Rowe used gay dating site Grindr to find men, who he deliberately infected with HIV. Angus Macpherson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, said: “We now live in a world where people interact and meet each other online, but this has its dangers.WILTSHIRE Police have issued a warning about the dangers of online dating and meeting people that you don't know well.
Wiltshire Police’s new lead for vulnerability, Asst Chief Const Mark Cooper, urged people using apps like Tinder and Grindr to remember that the person with whom they are swapping flirty messages is still “largely a stranger”.
“Individuals should stop all communication with anyone who attempts to pressure them into something they do not wish to do.
"If this happens then you should contact the dating app provider immediately with your concerns and always report to the police if any criminal activity takes place.
The senior officer said: “The rising popularity of online dating apps and websites has, unsurprisingly, contributed to an increase in the number of recorded crimes.
“Individuals should stop all communication with anyone who attempts to pressurise them into something they do not wish to do.