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Beginning Wednesday, police officials said the department would buy monthly public notices in the North County Times and San Diego Union-Tribune to list the names of convicted prostitutes and their customers.
North County Times Publisher Dick High called the proposal "tacky," but said this week he had not made up his mind on whether to run the Prostitute in Oceanside. Officials from the San Diego Union-Tribune's advertising department did not return repeated calls for comment. Police Chief Michael Poehlman said publishing the names would send the message to prostitutes and their customers that "maybe it's not Prostitute in Oceanside good idea to come to Oceanside" to do business.
In addition, he said the city Prostitute in Oceanside considering confiscating the vehicles of customers who use their cars to pick up prostitutes. Police officials said 82 women have been arrested so far this year in Oceanside for prostitution or for loitering with suspicion of prostitution, a charge leveled only against convicted prostitutes.
Ina total of women were charged with both crimes, police said. City Councilman Jack Feller said the city doesn't have a huge Prostitute in Oceanside with prostitution the way it did in the early s, but that prostitution is a visible problem. Steve Hinz, owner of Collector's Antique Market in South Prostitute in Oceanside, said publishing the names of convicted prostitutes and their customers, also known as johns, would be good news for businesses in South Oceanside.
Hinz said he sees prostitutes working South Coast Highway almost every day and that prostitution "drastically affects merchants because it lowers people's opinions of the whole area. Hinz said female customers are particularly turned off by prostitutes walking the streets outside his store. Last year, he said, one of his customers was almost struck by a motorist who had quickly swerved his car to the side of the road to solicit a prostitute.
He said publishing the names of prostitutes and johns could help rid the city of prostitution along South Coast Highway. If you get rid of the guys, then the girls will go, too.
Poehlman said the city has reduced prostitution over the last 10 years using undercover vice cops. He said the Police Department wires Prostitute in Oceanside watches undercover officers posing as prostitutes or johns, who then wait for suspects to solicit them.
Sometimes the department rents a hotel room for its vice stings, he said. Poehlman said the department's latest proposal is designed to help stamp out the remaining prostitutes in the Prostitute in Oceanside, which is worst along Coast Highway in the south end of the Prostitute in Oceanside. Publicizing the names of those convicted of prostitution was unanimously approved by the city's Police and Fire Commission in September.
Sanders said this wouldn't mark the first time the city has published names of convicted prostitutes and johns in local newspapers, noting that it was a common practice more than a decade ago when the city was targeting prostitution along "Hill Street," which has since been renamed Coast Highway. Poehlman said the policy of publishing names was discontinued in the late s after local newspapers stopped carrying the then-free notices.
The police department does not want to stop with just publishing the names of the convicted, Sanders said. The department is considering a proposal that would allow the police to confiscate the automobiles that customers use to Prostitute in Oceanside up prostitutes, Poehlman said. The proposal is currently being reviewed by the city attorney's office, because cities with similar programs are involved with litigation to determine the legality of taking the cars, Poehlman said.
Prostitute in Oceanside said publishing names and confiscating cars could quickly drive prostitution down in the city. After publishing a few names, and seizing a few cars, Sanders said the effect would be "profound.
Contact staff writer Rob O'Dell ator rodell nctimes. It's unclear if either newspaper will agree to publish the names.
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