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Re: Hull RLD

Postby admin » 20 Aug 2016, 15:03

A "pimp" has been jailed for three years for coming "within an ace" of stabbing a prostitute's punter to death. Aiden Dinsdale, 23, "plunged" a knife into the man's chest after he got into an argument with a Hessle Road prostitute he claimed had stolen from him. The blade penetrated his heart.

Dinsdale, of Gleneagles Park, east Hull, claimed he drew the knife to scare the man, and stabbed him by accident during a scuffle. But a jury of eight women and four men took just 31 minutes to find him guilty of unlawful wounding after a three-day trial at Hull Crown Court. He was cleared of a more serious charge of wounding with intent.

Jailing Dinsdale for three years, Recorder Christopher Knox told him: "You were within an ace of killing this man. To use a knife and to physically plunge it ten centimetres into a man's chest is massively wicked."

The victim, who is originally from Russia, thought he had been punched, but realised as he chased Dinsdale "something is wrong with me", and collapsed in the street. The blade penetrated the right ventricle of his heart. After being taken to Hull Royal Infirmary, where he had a drain placed in his chest, he spent a month at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham. The victim told the trial when he looked down at his chest he "saw everything coming out"

He was walking with three friends down Hessle Road, west Hull, when they were approached by the prostitute just before 2am on December 18. The woman "offered her services", and after agreeing a price of £20, the pair went down Rosamond Street. He claimed she then stole another £45 from his pocket.

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Re: Hull RLD

Postby admin » 27 Dec 2016, 14:25

Orders introduced to tackle the problem of prostitution in west Hull have been renewed after proving a success. The injunction orders under Section 222 of the Local Government Act 1972, ban prostitution in the area surrounding Hessle Road.

In a landmark ruling in 2014, prostitutes and kerb crawlers found breaching the order by loitering, soliciting or having sex face arrest and a court appearance. The exclusion zone covers Hessle Road from Coltman Street to Hawthorne Avenue, along Woodcock Street, Gordon Street and Cholmley Street.

In the last two years, 18 orders were served on individuals prohibiting them from loitering or soliciting for the purpose of prostitution. Two of these were breached which resulted in one woman receiving a 14 day prison sentence.

Councillor Alan Clark, portfolio holder for neighbourhoods and communities, said: "Residents who provided evidence for the previous prosecutions said that there had been a definite improvement in the area since the injunction was granted, but there were still some problems.

"Consequently, we applied for it to be extended so that we can continue to improve the area, and for the order to act as a deterrent to people thinking about using the area for prostitution. "The Council takes this issue very seriously, and we will continue to work closely with Humberside Police to reduce this type of activity in the community."

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Re: Hull RLD

Postby admin » 24 May 2017, 18:24

A total of 18 orders against prostitutes in the Hessle Road area have been issued in just nine weeks as part of a police clampdown. A further three orders have been issued against kerb crawlers seeking to use the street workers.

The injunction orders under Section 222 of the Local Government Act 1972, ban prostitution in the area surrounding Hessle Road and were renewed in December after proving successful when introduced in 2014.

In a landmark ruling in 2014, prostitutes and kerb crawlers found breaching the order by loitering, soliciting or having sex, face arrest and a court appearance. The exclusion zone covers Hessle Road from Coltman Street to Hawthorne Avenue, along Woodcock Street, Gordon Street and Cholmley Street.

But Inspector Inspector Kirsty Tock, of the Hull central community policing team, insists punitive measures only work in tandem with support for the vulnerable women. She said: "The police and other agencies including the council, support agencies and local charities are focused on reducing the impact on the local community of prostitution in the Hessle Road area.

"Tasking groups have been set up which look at all aspects from the street workers welfare and safety to the people seeking out sex and addressing the causes. Police have patrolled the area over the last nine weeks, using section 222 injunction powers to target those involved while also making referral to give support where appropriate. I ask that business and members of public ring the police on 101 if they witness prostitution so we can target our patrols and deal with the offenders."

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