Policy paper

Effective practice in responding to prostitution

The Home Office Review of Effective Practice in Responding to Prostitution supports local areas in identifying and tackling issues they may …

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The Home Office Review of Effective Practice in Responding to Prostitution supports local areas in identifying and tackling issues they may be experiencing as a result of prostitution.

The impact on local communities, the police, and particularly the safety of people involved in prostitution, are emphasised throughout. The document draws on a number of field visits and case studies from across the country, highlighting examples of effective practice.

Date: Thu Oct 13 11:59:47 BST 2011

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Published 13 October 2011