I will keep my brief, as a rhe, regardless of the length, cannot adequately describe the outstanding work that the members of the Street Crimes Unit have done over the last six months. I want the other tenants to insist he starts acting like a responsible citizen.
I write to you now, to share with you how invaluable the Street Crimes Unit has been in developing protocol and procedures for the Human Trafficking Diversion Program, targeting the demand for sex, and educating this office, as well as, other government departments. Therefore, this office has developed unique probationary conditions peostitutes Patrons of Prostitution in an attempt to fend against recidivism by these offenders.
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Moreover, the arrests of not just prostitutes but of also patrons and pimps has assisted in changing the paradigm in the government departments as well as in the community. Finally, the Street Crimes Unit enthusiasm to target sex trafficking, prostituets a victim-centered approach, is the driving force behind the Human Trafficking Diversion Program and has been the momentum needed to decrease, and hopefully, one day, stop sex trafficking in Rochester.
Laura E. The probationary conditions include, among other conditions, attendance and completion of an Intervention Program for Men Who Use Prostitutes and completion of the Sexual Addiction Evaluation.
I am very fortunate to be the attorney who was able to work with Street Crimes hand-in-hand in targeting prostitution in Rochester and I wanted to take a moment to applaud their work. The Street Crimes Unit has made an effort to have several members attend planning and development meetings with other government departments.
Further, their knowledge will assist this office in the courtroom — whether it be during a Contested Omnibus hearing or a Trial. The attention to the Street Crimes operations and investigations has provided awareness of the prevalence of sex trafficking in Rochester.
Here is a great note between city and county staff further explaining the issue: Chief Peterson: As I am sure you are aware, in January,the Rochestef County Hte has upheld the position that prostitution is often the only visual element in domestic and international human sex trafficking. The other building was owned by Dennis Weestrand… Mr. In my opinion, the change in paradigm is necessary if we are to stop sex trafficking in Rochester.
I have collected news articles over the last couple months outlining some of the work that Street Crimes has done; the articles are attached to this. One business owner worked with police to shut down the business immediately. Also, as you know, the sting operations have caught the attention of the media, which has, in turn, caught the attention of a of government departments rochewter not for profit organizations located both here and in the Twin Cities.
I will hand deliver a letter to other tenants in Mr.