Do you have information about sexual assault in the city?
Updated on 22nd February 2013
A 19-year-old woman was assaulted in Trinity Avenue, in the Lenton Boulevard area while she was making her way home.
It happened just before midnight on Monday 11 February.
The suspect is described as Asian, aged 35 to 40-years-old with a bald or shaved head.
Detective Sergeant Stephen Dalby from Radford Road Police Station said: “We would like to speak with anyone who was in the area at the time and may have seen something.
“Even if you think you have an insignificant piece of information, it could be of great help to our investigation.”
Contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Nottingham is a Purple Flag City, so it's been recognised as one of the safest places in the UK to enjoy a night out.
But as the nights get lighter, more people head out and about enjoying pubs, bars, restaurants and other attractions in Nottingham and in towns and villages across the county.
And while lighter nights can feel more carefree than the dark of winter, it doesn’t mean people should be any less vigilant about personal safety and belongings.
Make sure you keep yourself safe when you're out and about by following a few simple tips:
• Never get in a cab unless you've pre-booked. You won't be insured and you don't know who could be taking you home
• Stick with your mates and don't wander off on your own.
• If you're taking your Smartphone out with you, make sure you don't leave it lying around. Download a tracking app, so we can help find it if the worst happens.
• Make sure your phone is fully charged
• Tell a family member or friend about where you will be and who you are heading out with
In an emergency dial 999