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Nine women have been rescued and two men have been arrested in Cambridgeshire amid a nationwide crackdown on sexual exploitation. Officers visited four premises in Cambridge and Peterborough this month where it was thought women were being forced to operate as sex workers.
In Cambridge, they arrested a year-old man on suspicion of controlling prostitution for gain, possession of a knife, possession of class B drugs and driving without insurance. In Peterborough, they arrested another year-old man on suspicion of human trafficking and controlling prostitution for gain. The man found at Orchard Park in Cambridge has been released under investigation and the other found in Constantine Drive, Peterborough, has been released on bail. DCI Alan Page said: "Nationally we have seen a rise in foreign national women being involved in prostitution.
Victims of sexual exploitation are often completely controlled and feel too trapped to get help or speak up. Please pass on any concerns or information. Suspicions relating to exploitation, modern slavery and human trafficking should be reported online via www. Always call in an emergency. Toggle navigation. My Saved Searches. Police rescue nine women and arrest two men as they begin crackdown on sexual exploitation in Cambridgeshire Harry Rutter harry. Nine women have been rescued and two men have been arrested in a police crackdown on sexual exploitation in the county.
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