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Ms Goldsmith was one of 30 women believed workerw be regularly working in Ipswich in - police claim the is now zero. He said: "There are already organisations working with families that are aimed at preventing future generations of becoming tomorrow's addicts, offenders and prostitutes.
Prostitution 'will remain' London Road has historically been part of the area regarded as Ipswich's "red-light district", and Steve Wright, who murdered prostitutes inlived in the area. Greg Dobbin lives opposite one of the flats on London Road which was raided in Supt Alan Caton, one of the senior police officers involved in enforcing the strategy, said: "I have to think as a partnership we're extremely satisfied with the way the strategy has unfolded.
Police estimate some premises are being used to sell sex in Suffolk, making life difficult for residents trying to go about their daily lives.
The notorious murders prompted police and social workers to develop a strategy to eradicate the sex industry from the Suffolk town. Six people have now been jailed, including the couple who ran the operation, after police raids in a string of towns and cities, including Ipswich, where the women were killed.
However, when the strategy to ipwich kerb crawlers was launched it removed street workers' customers and their source of cash. A brothel had been in operation in a flat neighbouring hers.
She has her own flat, sees her children and gives talks to women who are going through what she did. Now off the streets and off drugs, she is helping other women follow suit.
Massage adverts They are targeting off-street prostitution, but said a premises is only illegal if it contains more than one person selling sex or has someone managing it. Police made arrests for kerb crawling, between March and Marchin the first phase of the clamp-down. The flat on Firmin Close was one of several raided and shut down by the police in in an operation that also took in Colchester, Norwich and the West Country.
Ch Supt Alan Caton, head of public protection, said: "We felt it was time to challenge the view that it was always going to be here and there was nothing you could do about it and I think the work we have done has proved that.
Suffolk Police claim they have "all but eradicated" street prostitution in Ipswich since the murders of five women who were sex workers. Alexsander Sochacki, 41, and Aleksandra Bryll, 29, both of Chelmsford, Essex, had beenwhile the otherat an earlier hearing. Ipswich brothels: Life as a neighbour of sex workers Published 28 September image captionThe police raided a brothel on Firmin Close in The disruption of a network of brothels has highlighted the issue of sex workers in a town where five women were murdered only six years ago.
Ipswich prostitution strategy works, says ex-sex worker
Ms Goldsmith said she has been off drugs for three years and is now working alongside the prostitution strategy. But as the police had cut off links to clients, Ms Goldsmith and others needed alternative sources to fund drug habits.
Ms Goldsmith said the tactic helped her quit prostitution after three years on the street. Nearly five years on, Ms Goldsmith, 39, said it helped to turn her life around and success stories like this has led to the scheme being extended recently. workesr
Men found paying for sex were arrested and the women were offered support by organisations including the drug rehabilitation charity, Iceni Project.