It seems the Valdosta State University Police Department never got the message that rape is not the victim's fault. The good news is that enough outrage was spread across the interwebs that they've now taken the page down. Fortunately for us, it lives on in Google cache. Gotta love teh Google. I reprint it here for you since the cache will not last forever.
Yes, this victim-blaming garbage was passed off as sexual-assault prevention tips. It smacks of something passed along in some email chain with a dire warning attached about this could have saved someone's life and we need to send it to every female we know, especially our daughters, so they can benefit from the tragedy. The only problem is that date or acquaintance rape is far more common than the stranger scenario the warning seeks to prevent. Estimates range widely but one report suggests that 7 in 10 rape victims knew their attacker. Others place that number even higher, especially on college campuses where some 90% of rape victims knew their attacker. Does this piece of idiocy passed off as legitimate advice take any of that into effect? Nope. And thus the outrage.