Spiking is giving someone drugs or alcohol without their knowledge or consent. For instance, putting a needle in their drink.
Anyone, anywhere, at any age, gender, sexual orientation, or ethnicity, can become a victim of spiking. It can be done by someone you know or by strangers. 
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The majority of spiked situations do not lead to theft or sexual assault. However, spiking can result in anxiety, emotional damage, and extreme suffering. Recovering from being spiked can take a long time. 
You are at greater risk of being hurt or attacked if you have been spiked. Additionally, it is risky to operate a vehicle after being spiked. For this reason, reports of spiking are just as serious as physical attacks.

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