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Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers It happened quickly. An undercover officer acting as a john parked and exited an unmarked police car in a convenience store parking lot. Niagara Regional Police officers had made the first arrest in a john sweep in St.
Operation Red Light was part of an intensified effort by the police to try and put a damper on the street-level sex trade that has bedevilled Gale Crescent and other streets in the area for years. Story continues below. Staff Sgt. The john sweep is one of their tools. They have also increased foot patrols and put considerable effort into busting drug houses. Prostitution is a magnet for crime, including guns, drugs and human trafficking.
Used syringes and condoms often litter the area. And there is nothing glamorous about the sex trade in St. One of the women had visible track marks on her arms. Her hair was a mess. She was sleeping something off under a tree at the roadside. They are victims, but the women — and the johns — are breaking the law, and we are the cops. This is what we do. Officers reported it was the third time the man in the white SUV had driven down the street, circled in a parking lot, and returned.
Another report came across the radio. A woman was standing in the middle of the road stopping cars. She was picked up quickly by the undercover officer. They are addicts. They want the money for drugs. Hopefully, one of these times the diversion program sticks, and they get off the streets. Last October, the police performed a similar two-day prostitution sweep that resulted in 14 arrests. It is wrong.
They need to see first hand what is happening down there. The sweep is labour intensive for the police. Some worked undercover. Each undercover officer had a handler who monitored them continuously and made sure they were safe. There was a cover team for backup in case something went wrong. Another team took care of the arrests. Finally, there was a release team to do the paperwork and processing. The police charged eight people Monday.