The two are not the same.
“They are both derogatory terms and they are both very hurtful,” she said.
“These are people that have hurt me.
They have hurt my children.”
She said she hopes the city will “change their ways” and work with community groups to “improve” the safety of women in the city.
She said the city has already begun conversations with some community groups and plans to launch a program to provide “guaranteed safe spaces” for women in their communities.
In the meantime, she said she wants the city to “put more resources into these kinds of events” and is also concerned about the “potential for abuse.”
“This is a very dangerous time in our city, and it is a time that we need to keep people safe and we need the community to be able to feel safe.”
The city says it has more than 2,100 complaints about sexual assault, harassment and other inappropriate conduct in its 311 system, but that it’s hard to verify allegations against a particular person, especially if they don’t know the person.
It also does not have any official statistics on incidents of sexual assault or harassment.
The city said it has seen an increase in harassment complaints since last year and the department has “identified new reporting methods and processes that will help us respond faster.”
The department also launched a new harassment complaint tracking system that will allow police to see how many complaints were filed against each of the city’s police officers over the last year.