Bad Date/Aggressor Reports

Our goal is to work towards making sex work safer by sharing information with our community about bad dates/aggressors in Victoria, BC, Canada (Songhees and Esquimalt Territory).


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What is a Bad Date/Aggressor Reports?

A bad date/aggressor is someone who is violent, threatening, or harmful to a sex worker (including people who are verbally harassing or waste time). Reports are used to warn other sex workers of clients to avoid. If you experience a bad date/aggressor please report it to us to help keep other workers safer.


How do I make a Bad Date/Aggressor Report?

  1. Report online with our form
  2. Report in-person to a Peers staff member during Drop In or Night Outreach
  3. Report over the phone/voicemail: 250-388-5323 ext. 110
  4. Report by email:


Do you need help/assistance immediately?  

Call the Vancouver Island Crisis Line: 1-888-494-3888



*Are reports confidential?

ALL reports are ANONYMOUS. We will never share your personal contact information with anyone without your explicit consent/agreement to do so. Your contact information will automatically be deleted from your report within 7 days after you report.

*What information that I provide will be shared with others?

A summary of the information you provide will be shared in the Bad Date/Aggressor Report. We will share 4 main types of info: Date/Location, Incident Type, What Happened, Details About The Offender. Personal information you share about yourself is not included in the report.

*Who has access to reports?

Anonymous reports are distributed to sex workers, health and social services providers and local police officers.

*I need support/help -how do I get it?

Support is available to you. On the last page of the reporting form there is a space to leave your contact info for Peers. You can also call/email us at: 250-388-5323 ext. 101,, we will get back to you as soon as possible. Your contact information will not be linked to your report.

*I need support/help immediately-how do I get it?

Please call the Vancouver Island Crisis Line: 1-888-494-3888.