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Sussex Police apologises for telling people not to make 'hateful comments' about transgender sex offender

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Sussex Police has apologised for telling people not to make "hateful comments" about a sex offender's gender identity - after the home secretary told the force to "focus on catching criminals" rather than "denying biology". Sally Ann Dixon was jailed for 20 years for 30 indecent assaults on children. Sussex Police referred to her as a "woman convicted of historic offences."
2 months ago·Lewes, United Kingdom

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Sussex Police apologises for telling people not to make 'hateful comments' about transgender sex offender

The row broke out when some people on Twitter objected to the force referring to Sally Ann Dixon, who was jailed for 20 years for crimes she committed as a man, as a "woman convicted of historic offences against children".

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