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Kerb crawlers go on change course. But Dorset Police said its operation "supported and engaged" with the women.

A police force has denied a four-year crackdown on kerb-crawlers has made sex workers more vulnerable to attack by forcing them to move on to other areas. Cracking down on kerb crawlers.

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English Collective of Prostitutes said the women were being "forced to work in isolated and more dangerous areas". Hampshire Constabulary.

Hampshire police said men from across both counties had completed the course since its inception. A spokeswoman from the English Collective of Prostitutes said: "Rising poverty, debt and homelessness is forcing more women into prostitution to support themselves and their families.

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I think the partnership that we have in place supports those women and reduces the likelihood of harm for them. Dorset Police.

As part of the crackdown more than half of all the kerb-crawlers who were arrested over the four-year-period - in total - were referred to a rehabilitation scheme called the Change Course. Of the 52 men arrested for kerb-crawling in east Bournemouth in18 were charged compared with the 17 arrests and a single charge last year.