Why are violent crimes against sex workers going unpunished? The Bermondsey origins of the tin can. How residents are transforming a tough Tottenham estate.
Writer Ruth Jacobs, who was formerly in prostitution, investigates why violent crimes against sex workers are going unpunished and argues that a new policing model is needed. Chris Jackson reveals the secret Bermondsey origins of the humble tin can. And gardener Phil Ram finds out how residents are bringing a touch of country life to the heart of a tough Tottenham estate.
Tackling crime against sex workers
Writer Ruth Jacobs, formerly in prostitution herself, investigates why violent crimes against sex workers often go unpunished.
Inside Out looks at a revolutionary model of policing prostitution run by Merseyside Police which has a 67% success rate on convictions for rapes against sex workers.
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|Series Producer||Andy Richards|