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A growing of websites which allow women to advertise their services and availability in the city have also appeared online. A specialist team visits the women regularly to check they are not being forced into sex work and to ensure they feel confident about approaching the police if they have any concerns.
In some cases, women have been able to give the police valuable information about sex offenders and violent clients. Meanwhile, the of street prostitutes has fallen sharply since the force launched Operation Begonia in This initiative aims to break the vicious circle of girls being arrested, taken to court and having to go straight back out on to the streets to pay their fines.
Instead, police officers work closely with social workers and other professionals and volunteers to address the reasons for women getting into prostitution — often drink and drugs — and giving them the support to stop if they want to. The community support charity — which runs Quay Services to women involved in prostitution across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire — say they have seen an increased of people come forward recently with safety concerns.
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