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Investigated Cases of Prostitution since 2010

Question

Question 1

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for loitering or soliciting for prostitution under section 1 of the Street Offences Act 1959?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged with loitering or soliciting for prostitution under section 1 of the Street Offences Act 1959; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid). e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 2

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for soliciting another for the purpose of obtaining sexual services under Section 51A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged with soliciting another for the purpose of obtaining sexual services under Section 51A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 3

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for paying for the sexual services of a person subject to force under Section 53A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged with paying for the sexual services of a person subject to force under Section 53A of the Sexual Offences Act 2003; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 4  

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for keeping a brothel under Section 33 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged with keeping a brothel under Section 33 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 5

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for keeping, managing, acting or assisting in the management of a brothel to which people resort for practices involving prostitution under Section 33A of the Sexual Offences Act 1956?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged for keeping, managing, acting or assisting in the management of a brothel to which people resort for practices involving prostitution under Section 33A of the Sexual Offences Act 1956; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 6

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for intentionally causing or inciting another person to become a prostitute in any part of the world for or in the expectation of gain for oneself or a third party under section 52 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged for intentionally causing or inciting another person to become a prostitute in any part of the world for or in the expectation of gain for oneself or a third party under section 52 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case.

Question 7

a) In each calendar year since 2010, how many cases were investigated for intentionally controlling any of the activities of another person relating to that person’s prostitution in any part of the world, for or in the expectation of gain for oneself or another party under section 53 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003?

b) How were these cases disposed of; specifically how many cases resulted in the individuals being:

i) arrested

ii) charged

iii) reported to the Crown Prosecution Service

iv) unconditionally released

v) cautioned

vi) given a warning

vii) given another form of intervention such as attending an educational programme?

c) In each calendar year since 2010, how many distinct individuals were charged for intentionally controlling any of the activities of another person relating to that person’s prostitution in any part of the world, for or in the expectation of gain for oneself or another party under section 53 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003; and thus how many individuals are counted more than once under the number of cases investigated?

d) Please advise the date each charge was laid (if a charge was laid).

e) Please provide the gender in each case

Answer

Please find the information attached.

Information for part a) has been sought from our crime recording system. Information for part b) has been sought from our custody system.

Please note that arrests and charges etc, can be made in respect of non-notifiable offences which may not be recorded on our crime recording system.

FOI request: 917/16.

Date of request: 14.07.16.

Related documents

  • Word icon 917/16 Attachment
    Last updated: 10 August 2016