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Postby admin » 23 May 2009, 09:05

It was in Ashmere Grove, near Woodbridge Road, if that helps you identify it
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Postby Appoline » 23 May 2009, 14:10

I used to work on Woodbridge road but there were about three places there. One employing a 16 year old and 17 year old.
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Postby admin » 23 May 2009, 14:15

Not good!
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Postby Appoline » 23 May 2009, 17:23

The best bit was that the another woman that worked there was the Mother of one and the aunt of thw other...
One night whenher daughter got her first client the Mother said to her, 'good, now you can give me back the money you used to pay off that dealer.'
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Postby anglianrover » 24 May 2009, 15:33

Police saying they will take action against customers is just a way of gaining an effect.
They want to frighten punters away and it will work as most are afraid of being exposed (no pun intended).
The fact that they have no actual powers in that respect doesn't seem to matter. Not the first time our friends the Peelers have threatened to exercise non existent powers.
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Postby admin » 24 May 2009, 15:40

You're quite right there, it's just scare tactics.
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New focus for Ipswich team

Postby admin » 10 Oct 2009, 13:37

A support group set up to tackle street prostitution in Ipswich will now aim to help women working in brothels. The strategy was set up in the Suffolk town following the murders of five women during December 2006.

The team has had contact with 50 women and is currently helping 28 sex workers in an effort to keep them off the streets. It now wants to help women working in the 241 known brothels in the county and identify women at risk.

Helen Hepburn, development manager of the Suffolk Prostitution and Sexual Exploitation Strategy, said: "We are right at the beginning of the strategy at the moment, but the plan will be to work with agencies in all areas of Suffolk in order to find out what's going on and identify those that are being sexually exploited."

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Re: New focus for Ipswich team

Postby Appoline » 10 Oct 2009, 16:25

Ipswich is a funny town (even before the murders) and the duality between street girls and the brothels, some girls working both, or having done both, or swapping between them was a lot more common than anywhere else I have ever worked.
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Re: New focus for Ipswich team

Postby admin » 10 Oct 2009, 16:32

From what I've read (although that could be totally inaccurate) the street scene has virtually disappeared
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Re: New focus for Ipswich team

Postby Appoline » 10 Oct 2009, 19:40

could well have done, the last time I worked up there was before the murders and I imagine shit loads has changed there now. The parlours are so cheap there there wasn't really a lot of difference to street prices in a lot of ways, so I imagine the old kerrb crawlers just go to the parlours now anyway.
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cops visit ipswich

Postby triple h » 01 Jul 2010, 15:20

TWO police officers are to visit the Suffolk force to see how it tackles prostitution. PC John Martin and PC Dan Hedges hope to learn how the force cleared up the red light district in Ipswich following the murder of five prostitutes in 2006. This not only led to Steve Wright, 49, being jailed for life for the crimes, but also to a police crackdown on the sex workers. One measure they adopted was to urge kerbcrawlers to sign contracts agreeing not to enter the red light district or to approach lone women.

Sgt Paul Ahmed, of Southend’s neighbourhood policing team, told a meeting of the Kursaal Neighbourhood Action Panel police would be looking for tips to boost their own Operation Trestle, to drive out prostitutes from the Ambleside Drive area.

He said: “John and Dan will be going up to Suffolk to see what they did when there was a big problem in Ipswich and to see what we can do. Their issues up there were horrendous, even before the Steve Wright murders, so we are looking at how they dealt with that.”

Police had already been having great success in the Kursaal ward and only received one report about prostitution this month. This compares to 27 reports they had in July 2009 from residents who often complained their friends and family were being approached and asked for or offered sex for money. In the past two months police have spoken to 12 suspected kerb crawlers, and issued six street cautions to prostitutes.

Simon Lamb, who lives in Cheltenham Road, said: Operation Trestle is really successful. You used to look out of your window and four or even five nights out of seven see prostitutes. But now it's rare, it’s once a month, which is brilliant.”

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Ipswich - Budget threat to prostitution strategy

Postby admin » 19 Dec 2010, 14:47

We don’t want a return to the dark days of winter 2006. That was the message today amid fears that budget cuts at Suffolk County Council could disrupt the work of the town’s prostitution strategy – implemented in the wake of Steve Wright’s campaign of murder.

The county council has proposed cutting £450,000 off its £1.4million budget for social inclusion and diversity and a further £100,000 from its £166,000 budget for community safety. In both cases it is hoping to reorganise the services and divest some of their work.

The county’s contribution to the Ipswich Prostitution Strategy, in which it is a partner alongside the police, the borough council and other organisations, comes through these budgets.

Jade Reynolds who was helped by the ICENI ProjectLeading county and borough councillors, and Ipswich’s MP have led the calls for the strategy – which has helped 90 vulnerable women since its launch in 2007 - to be untouched by spending cuts

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Re: Ipswich - Budget threat to prostitution strategy

Postby admin » 25 Jan 2011, 19:10

THE town’s prostitution strategy has today received a huge boost after it was offered £80,000 funding to keep going for another year. The boost from the Suffolk Drug And Alcohol Team (DAAT) comes as the county council is set to approve major cuts to the two budgets that helped fund the strategy.

Since it was set up in the wake of Steve Wright’s reign of terror on the streets of the town in 2006, in which he killed five sex workers, the strategy has attracted nationwide attention for its success.

There are now thought to be no street prostitutes in Ipswich although there are 35 women who could be at risk if support was withdrawn. The strategy has helped 85 women since it was set up in March 2007. Originally, the strategy was seen as a five-year programme continuing until 2012.

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Ipswich: New bid to tackle prostitution is unveiled

Postby admin » 03 Oct 2011, 13:07

SUFFOLK: A new crackdown on prostitution in Suffolk plans to build on the successes of an award-winning strategy, targeting trafficking and the demand for sexual services, the Evening Star can today reveal. More than 200 people in the county have been helped battling addiction, sexual exploitation and prostitution in the last four years but more can be done to rescue others, a review of the Prostitution and Sexual Exploitation Strategy has shown.

Five years after five sex workers were murdered by serial killer Steve Wright in the winter of 2006, work to tackle sexual exploitation is set to be revamped to target new areas of the sex trade. The multi-agency strategy was created in 2007 after Wright’s reign of terror on the streets of Ipswich, murdering Tania Nicol, Gemma Adams, Paula Clennell, Anneli Alderton and Annette Nicholls.

Implemented by the Make a Change team the strategy has effectively ended street prostitution in Ipswich. Since 2009 the targeted approach has expanded to tackle sexual exploitation, off-street prostitution and other related issues.

The new measures, set to be debated by Suffolk County Council’s cabinet next Tuesday, will focus on the next stage of the plan, tackling demand for sexual services. The partnership will concentrate on prosecuting anyone controlling or profiting from sexual exploitation and cracking down on people who coerce others into this activity against their will. The plan will focus on on and off-street prostitution, including the trafficking of foreign nationals as well as preventing young people from being sexually exploited.

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Ipswich prostitution strategy works, says ex-sex worker

Postby admin » 31 Oct 2011, 20:49

When Steve Wright killed five sex workers in Ipswich, Jacci Goldsmith was regularly out on the town's streets to earn money to feed her drug habit. The notorious murders prompted police and social workers to develop a strategy to eradicate the sex industry from the Suffolk town.

Nearly five years on, Ms Goldsmith, 39, said it helped to turn her life around and success stories like this has led to the scheme being extended recently. Now off the streets and off drugs, she is helping other women follow suit.

"I got into class As when I was 13," said Ms Goldsmith, who moved to Ipswich from Sunderland in 2002. "This girl I knew at the time took me down to the street. It was easy money, too easy."

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