The of prostitutes on streets in the city has dropped from to about 50, the police figures showed. Police said the fall was caused by "improved drop-in centres and outreach" and "effective one-day courses" had cut reoffending by men using prostitutes.
Prostitute outreach workers
But charity group Prostitute Outreach Workers said prostitution had not disappeared but moved off the streets. Sgt Neil Radford of the force's street prostitution section said since more than men in Nottingham had taken part in the "Change" course, which was deed to tackle kerb-crawling. Only 2. The rehabilitation programme is offered to men who have been caught buying sex from prostitutes. They are not charged but are given a police caution.
Sgt Radford said he believed it was possible to "eradicate" prostitution from Nottingham streets. But Daniella Scotece, a Prostitute Outreach Workers project manager in the city, said: "The complex issues of drug addiction and mental health do not disappear.
Ms Scotece said an increase in the of anti-social behaviour orders asbos handed out to prostitutes meant they were less visible on the streets but were working from other locations. Recession 'puts prostitutes at risk'.
How do you protect prostitutes? Shaming the men who pay for sex. Police target city kerb crawlers.
Police hail anti-vice operation. Nottinghamshire Police.
Crack houses. She said often the women used mobile phones and computers to arrange custom.
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