kerb-crawling


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kerb-crawling

the offence, now no longer gender specific, of a person seeking sexual services from another from a car.
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"Some of those who were arrested during the operation had already received convictions for kerb-crawling and one man had even been convicted of violence against women.
"Also, I think we've got to be much tougher on kerb-crawling. It is illegal - that aspect of it we really should clamp down on."
Anyone arrested for kerb-crawling can be prosecuted, face court and the shame of having their names published in the Telegraph's court reports.
Also in 2004, new powers were introduced allowing the courts to disqualify drivers caught kerb-crawling for any period they thought appropriate.
TEN men have been arrested in Walsall since the start of February for kerb-crawling offences.
This could mean confiscating immediately the cars of men spotted kerb-crawling more than once.
After getting home I had a very sleepless night one thing you're talking about depression, the next thing you know you thinking you're going to get done for kerb-crawling.
We want them to see whether it's viable to use these laws to stop drivers from kerb-crawling.
She said: "We saw from the case of the former Director of Public Prosecutions, Alan Green, who was caught kerb-crawling that innocent members of the family suffer.
She said the threat of a drive ban could deter kerb-crawling as it has done for drink driving.
Kerb-crawling, pimping and brothel-keeping are illegal in the UK but selling or paying for sex is permitted.
Police are working alongside the CCTV team to secure evidence with regard to loitering and kerb-crawling. A new priority is anti-social behaviour on Suffolk Street and Oxbridge Lane.