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Prostitute areas in Charlotte Nc

What if you could just ban anyone who was arrested there from coming back for a year? Charlotte, North Carolina, is the latest city to be tempted by the idea.


Prostitute Areas In Charlotte Nc

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Under North Carolina law, there are a of criminal statutes that make it illegal to buy and sell sex or to promote or facilitate prostitution. These crimes can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony with punishments that include jail time.

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He said there are communication barriers that make policing difficult, and that many crimes are probably not reported.

It's working with Johns Hopkins University to analyze the data. Play Live Radio.

Charlotte Talks. Smith said there are high s of armed robberies in the area.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department told council members it plans to use data to look at crime in part as a public health issue. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn .

Those four areas comprise a total of two square miles in the city, which is square miles. On Arrowood Road area, Smith said many of the victims are Hispanic, and they are targeted for armed robbery because they often carry cash.

Police said there were 14 killings in three of those areas last year, though the Central Avenue area had no homicides. The language barrier is a similar problem in the Central Avenue corridor.

After Charlotte had homicides inCity Council discussed Monday what it said is a new data-driven way of studying violent crime. Next Up:. Available On Air Stations.

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In the past, the city has bought and demolished low-income hotels that were seen as hotspots for crime. See stories by Steve Harrison.

Most are in the so-called crescent of lower-income neighborhoods that are west, north and east of uptown. He said prostitution is a problem in the area, and that prostitution le to secondary crimes, like robbery and assault.