An operation to try to stop street prostitution in an area of Hull is "going well", police have said.
The course is deed to show kerb crawlers the impact that working as a prostitute has on women. The force said there had been a noticeable reduction in activity and in the of complaints from residents about prostitution.
Support for women Sgt Jim Clough said he had noticed a difference on Hessle Road since the operation began. The force has also been directing sex workers to the Hull Lighthouse Project, which prpstitutes women who want to get out of prostitution. Humberside Police have been patrolling the Hessle Road area of the city for two weeks, targeting kerb crawlers.
Manager Lucy Paxton said sex workers needed help to get off the streets. About sharing media captionHumberside Police have been targeting kerb crawlers on Hessle Road. Men caught soliciting prostitutes have been offered a caution and a place on a "change course".