Introducing Spike Report, a spiking database to protect you and your mates on a night out. After recent incidents, we realised there was no viewable database on spikings in the UK. You can report an incident to the police, but you can’t view what others have reported.
With Spike Report, you can report a spiking incident but also view what others have submitted. Search by venue, city, or method of spiking. We’re all about giving you the info you need to have the safest night possible - including the date of the spiking so you know when it happened, where and how.
we ask for your full name and email address prior to submitting a Spike Report in order for us to verify and moderate the information on this database and potentially contact you in the future for further information about your experience.
in order to comply with legal obligations and uphold the principles of fairness and accuracy we offer the right to reply to all venues subject to a Spike Report. respondents will be given enough information and detail about the allegations if we are contacted and we look to work with venues to improve safety on nights out.
the way we hold and store your data is fully compliant with the new GDPR rules as of 2018. we store this information on an internal database which is protected and not accessible to anyone outside of those running The Egalitarian and Spike Report. we only store this information for as long as necessary.
if you wish to be removed from our private database, including mailing lists and the Spike Report database, or have any other questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will deal with the request. we do not sell your data and we do not share your data unless compelled by law.