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A small of sex workers have returned to Ipswich 's streets in the last six months, officials have said as the 15th anniversary of the murders of five prostitutes looms. Suffolk Police Prostitutes in suffolk, alongside officers from Ipswich Borough Council, they identified nine women who had been working the streets of the town in recent months, but after working with them, only a couple are still engaging in street sex work. It comes as this weekend marks 15 years since the first of the 'Suffolk Strangler' Steve Wright's victims, year-old Tania Nichol, disappeared.
Supt Jane Topping said the of sex workers they had identified in Ipswich in the last year was much smaller than at the time of the murders. Supt Topping said the police and the council will continue to work with support agencies to 'ensure women get the required support to exit street sex work'. We do all we can to support them and bring the perpetrator to justice," she added.
Alasdair Ross, portfolio holder for community protection at Ipswich Borough Council, said, after the murders inthe authority led a campaign with the police with the aim of eradicating street prostitution - an aim it achieved.
But, he said, there had been sporadic reports of sex workers on the streets over the last 15 years, which they dealt with as they were reported. The majority are working with them, and officials continue to work with the others still working on the streets to help them. He said the drug dependency is a 'key link' between those who were street sex workers in the town in and those today.
The council is taking measures to help make sure women feel safe in the town, with it announcing yesterday it has secured money from the Government's Safer Streets Fund to install more CCTV cameras in the town and to provide personal alarms to women in the area. Mr Ross said these are just some of the schemes being put in place between now and Easter, as broader questions about women's safety have come into the national spotlight in recent months. We have to prove it with actions," Mr Ross added. The councillor said there would be a bigger police presence in Ipswich in coming months as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
: All the latest news from Ipswich. Small of sex workers return to Ipswich's streets, with police and council working to rehabilitate women, as 15th anniversary of Suffolk Strangler Steve Wright murders looms By Rebekah Chilvers. Published:27 October Updated:28 October The Portman Road area of Ipswich was ly part of the town's red light district.
The road, close to Ipswich Town's stadium, is pictured in Picture by Mark Westley Supt Jane Topping said the of sex workers they had identified in Ipswich in the last year was much smaller than at the time of the murders. Supt Jane Topping.Prostitutes in suffolk
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