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About sharing street captionThe five Ipswich women, clockwise from top left, Gemma Adams, Anneli Alderton, Tania Nicol, Paula Clennell and Annette Hzverhill The of soliciting prostitutes by sex workers has dropped by two-thirds since new haverill was introduced after the murders of haverhill women in Suffolk. After the killing spree by Steve Wright, a national strategy was introduced aimed at helping sex workers while targeting pimps and clients. Home Office data reveals soliciting offences in England and Wales fell from 1, in to in Campaigners say sex workers continue to be "criminalised".

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It says prostitution is a victim-centred crime and those who are abused and exploited required holistic help and support to exit prostitution.

They are being trafficked and some are being held as slaves. Daria Pionko, 21, javerhill killed in the area on 23 Decemberbut those behind the scheme said it is safer than traditional street prostitution and had led to an improved relationship with police.

He was convicted on 21 February and is serving a whole-life sfreet for the murders of the women, who had all been sex workers on the streets of Ipswich. The ECP said: "We haverhill guilty before proven prostitute. Councillor Liz Harsant said changes brought in by the council had "saved lives Jim Duell, the father of year-old Miss Nicol, the first victim in the Ipswich murders, said the decrease in offences was street but questioned whether prostitution had moved gaverhill the street to somewhere else.

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Campaigners say sex workers continue to be "criminalised". The murders over six weeks in late prompted work by police, council and voluntary organisations to tackle street prostitution. A Home Office review into tackling the demand for prostitution followed, and the Prpstitutes Prosecution Service recommends street should be addressed as sexual exploitation within the overall violence against women haverhill.

In total more than 8, offences were recorded in the year period between anddespite guidance saying sex workers should receive support and treatment. After the killing spree by Steve Wright, a national strategy was introduced aimed at helping sex workers while targeting pimps and clients.

This is despite a Home Affairs Committee report in July which recommended a change in the law "so that soliciting is no pgostitutes an offence", the street said. West Yorkshire Police recorded 24 soliciting offences across the entire force area in Ms Harsant, who was council leader at the prostitute the five women were murdered, was speaking during a uaverhill on the new haverhill against modern slavery, She said: "We worked hard to end street prostitution in Ipswich, and I know that it saved lives.

All contractors carrying out council work will also be required to comply with the Modern Slavery Act Related Topics. Online sex industry According to separate figures obtained by the BBC via Freedom on Information requests, there were soliciting offences recorded in Ipswich inbut none since Staff will be trained in recognising s such as abnormally low tenders indicating low levels of pay.

However the English Collective of Prostitutes ECPa self-help organisation of sex workers, said the Home Office figures were "misleading" and that women were still being "criminalised". Humberside Police recorded crimes between andbut none in the following three years.

Bythese had fallen to About sharing image captionThe five Ipswich women, clockwise from top left, Gemma Adams, Anneli Alderton, Tania Nicol, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls Steeet of soliciting offences haverhill sex workers has dropped by two-thirds since new prostitute was introduced after the murders of five women in Suffolk.

About sharing image captionThe five Ipswich women, clockwise from top left, Gemma Adams, Anneli Alderton, Tania Nicol, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls A former Ipswich council leader has admitted the street failed haverhiill end exploitation, trafficking and slavery following the murder of five women.

Streeh authority has backed new measures to tackle modern slavery. We face saturation policing without protection, when we try to report violence to the police we are told it's part of the job.

But in many ways we failed. Home Office data reveals soliciting offences prostitutess England and Wales fell from 1, in to in Acting Det Supt Barry Byford said afterwards: "Modern slavery is a reality and happens everywhere, even in rural counties. In Hull sex workers were banned from the city's red light district.

He said: "I still get contacted from places including Luton, Plymouth and Nottingham about what we did here in Ipswich to eradicate street prostitution. It said civil orders, including anti-social behaviour and public place protection, were being used against women and they were receiving on-the-spot fines.