Sexual Assaults, Uber

Sexual Assaults, Uber

Uber reveals nearly 6,000 incidents of sexual assaults in new safety report

Uber reveals nearly 6,000 incidents of sexual assaults in new safety report

9.12.2019

Uber reveals nearly 6,000 incidents of sexual assaults in new safety report

Uber says it received nearly 6,000 reports of sexual assault from both riders and drivers across the United States in 2017 and 2018. The San Francisco-based ride-hailing company voluntarily released the information, among other data, in its first-ever safety report on Thursday. In 2017, Uber recorded

In 2017, Uber recorded 2,936 reports of sexual assault during a total of 1 billion trips throughout the United States. There were 3,045 reported sexual assaults the following year during 1.3 billion total trips.

Among the sexual assault incidents, the company counted 464 reports of rape in 2017 and 2018. About 92% of the victims were riders and roughly 7% were drivers. Women and female-identifying individuals comprised 89% of the victims, while men and male-identifying individuals made up about 8%.

During 2017 and 2018, 19 people died in physical assaults that occurred in Uber-related incidents. There were also 107 motor vehicle fatalities from Uber-related crashes in the same time frame.

The 84-page report comes as Uber faces scrutiny regarding safety concerns. Last week, London's transit authority refused to renew the company's license to operate in the British capital, citing"a pattern of failures by the company" that"placed passengers and their safety at risk." Uber said it plans to appeal the decision.

Read more: Yahoo News

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