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Paying money for sex can earn a person up to one year of incarceration in Connecticut, and a prostitute is subject to the same level of punishment. But, prostitutes in Connecticut are more than twice as likely to be arrested and almost seven times more likely to be convicted than their customers, according to the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women.

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Based on data obtained from the Connecticut Judicial Branch for the period from toGilchrest said the PSCW found there were 1, prostitution convictions vs. The data collected was of the of arrests and convictions for prostitutes and patrons of sex workers who violated state laws. Officer David Hartmancommunications officer for the New Haven Police Departmentsaid he could not comment specifically on the statewide statistics because every city and town in Connecticut is plagued with prostitution in different ways.

He said sting operations targeted at sex workers or their customers do not occur often in New Haven.

Prostitution, out of the shadows

The most recent sting in the city, in September, brought 27 arrests. Hartman said that prostitutes may end up being arrested more often because they are more visible in the community. Both prostitution and patronizing for sex are classified as Class A misdemeanors under Connecticut state law.

14 arrested in New Haven prostitution sting

Federal and state laws recognize sexually exploited minors as victims, but according to the release from the PCSW, that victim status may also apply to older women engaged in sex work. Many women who fall into sex work have histories of abuse, Gilchrest said, and may fall prey to pimps promising to be a good boyfriend and take care of them.

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Gilchrest said the found in the data may also be a reflection of the social status of the prostitutes and those buying sex. In addition, buyers also may be harder to track down because so many of the money exchanges are done via the Internet now, Gilchrest said.

The PCSW le the Trafficking in Persons Council, a group dedicated to developing recommendations to state and local authorities to prevent trafficking, protect victims, and prosecute traffickers. The recommendations forpresented in the TIPC Annual Reportfocus mainly on eliminating the demand for sex work by asking for harsher punishments for those who are buying sex. Connecticut law currently requires a forfeit of money and property upon arrest for prostitutes and pimps, but the same financial penalties are not imposed on patrons.

The TIPC has recommended an amendment to the law to reflect financial penalties for those caught patronizing a prostitute or patronizing from a motor vehicle. The defense allows patrons to avoid a felony conviction, if argued successfully. The TIPC is also recommending policies be put in place that limit the renting of hotel or motel rooms at an hourly rate and that places of lodging be required to keep records of persons renting rooms for a minimum of six months.

The TIPC reports annually to the Connecticut General Assembly with recommendations for limiting sex work and human trafficking in the state. In the battle against human trafficking, the U. The primary focus of the task force is preventing human trafficking among minors.

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