No wonder Police moral is at such a low ebb.
All of us are to a certain extent responsible for protecting ourselves from harm, and protecting others, if we see that they are putting themselves into harm's way.
I cannot imagine the horror of being raped, and of course the rapist is always to blame. If the victim (or others) might have taken steps to avoid or even minimise the possibility of being raped however, it surely cannot be wrong or offensive to the victim for Police to to point that out in the hope that others might avoid the same fate.
We have become so obsessed with being 'correct' in every possible way that we have created an atmosphere in which people who go looking for something to be offended about will surely find it.
It's time such people grew up and realised that they have to get out there and make their own way in the world without expecting the rest of us to protect them from ever being offended by anything whatsoever.