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AbstractOnce established, street sex markets tend to be very resilient. This article describes the factors that generated an initiative to tackle street prostitution in an inner city area, and the tactics employed. Some of the measures were successful to a degree and improved public perceptions of the area but the overall model needs further development to be sustained.
CitationMarlow, A. (2003) 'Sex markets: resilience, toleration and control', Safer Communities, 2(2), 35-37.