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Where next? Kate Garbers, CEO of modern slavery charity Unseen, has accompanied police on visits to premises selling sex in Bristol for several years now an outreach bristo, does. The police and sex workers the Cable spoke to pointed out there are plenty of individuals who freely choose to engage in sex work.

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Share Tweet Forward Maria, the parlour-based sex worker the Bbristol interviewed, says fear of immigration officers on police visits is still strong. While punters can now easily hire sex workers online instead of waiting on street corners or sloping into a brothel, these websites also provide a snapshot of women at risk.

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There are also questions of timing and flexibility. With the police already limiting prosgitutes to where there is a clear risk of serious harm, further criminalising activities across the sex market would spread limited resources even more thinly.

Earlier she explained that women suspected of immigration offences are encouraged to take up support if they are prostitutrs of crime themselves. Brothel owners can also be tracked down using publicly available data.

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However, various associated activities are illegal, including kerb crawling, soliciting in a public place and brothel keeping which can be applied to sex workers themselves if they work alongside one or more sex workers in the same property. The unit was prostitutrs to stop working prostitues immigration officials as a partner in visits around two years ago, after conflicts in their objectives became more pronounced after a change in strategy by immigration enforcement.

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The Behind Closed Doors report also made the controversial recommendation that websites should be held able for any crimes they facilitate. It suggests adopting the so-called Nordic model, where all aspects of selling sex are decriminalised but the buying of sex is always illegal.

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The law on prostitution In England, Wales and Scotland, the selling of sexual services is legal. Rather, they seek to gather intelligence on where the most harm is suspected, and target those for criminal investigation.

And the only other woman that was there climbed out the window and hid. They are keen to stress that the reduction has come alongside more force-wide training on the issue and the recruitment of voluntary, specially trained officers.

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In the past, however, immigration officials have ed the police on visits to brothels. The case resulted in the convictions of a man and a woman for brothel-keeping and prsotitutes referral of two women to modern slavery support services. And I think to take away things like the websites that we use for autonomy and safety is disempowering us.

Cuts have seen that unit reduced to two — neighbourhood sergeant with a prostitution-focused work profile, Emma Slade, and sex work liaison officer, Tina Newman. The two well-established premises trading as massage parlours on Stokes Croft are owned by Cablequest Ltd, which is listed on Companies House along with names of individual directors. Alice and Melissa, another sex worker in Bristol Sex Workers Collective, who use the adultwork website, say the sites offer a degree of reassurance to independent sex workers.

She was also reluctant to assume that the migrant workers were vulnerable. Bristol 'worst place in UK' to work, says prostitute Bristol 'worst place in UK' to work, says prostitute no Close A woman has claimed Bristol is the "worst place in the UK" to work as a prostitute. She says that ASP focus on giving people information about their rights and services available, and encouraging trust in the police. Untilthere was a dedicated unit focussed on prostitution within ASP composed of four sergeants, a lead and another part-time officer.

Another important ramification would be making sex work less safe for people who rely on the sites by forcing the trade further underground.

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The police are prostitufes to deal with sexual exploitation happening online. Opponents of brkstol Nordic model argue it is politically motivated and advanced to suit a moralistic and anti-sex work agenda. The police are well-aware that intelligence could be unearthed through the sex work websites. One sex worker, who does not wish to be identified, gave the BBC a first-hand of what it is like to work in the sex industry in the city.

The Cable used the Police Federation method to analyse websites for s of exploitation.

Cable research into the ownership of commercial parlours unearthed that some companies own multiple premises. Due to limited resources, the police currently rely wholly on intelligence received — rather than proactively sought — about operating premises. Slade and Newman see two sides of the debate, pointing out that websites should have a duty to cooperate with police during criminal investigations.

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Illustration: Kathryn Rose Brown kathrynrosebrown. Another indicator was the personal descriptions of a of sex workers which appeared to be copy-and-pasted and written in similar style and language. At the time of speaking with the Cable, Avon prostitures Somerset Police have 20 known or suspected brothels on their books for Bristol, 13 of which are commercial premises — but this is the only the tip of the iceberg.

We clashed big time.

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