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A once-rampant prostitution problem in one California city may be abating now that a gritty stretch of street gets near-full-time attention from two officers who have been called “living scarecrows.” Their blend of intervention and incarceration has drawn praise from the shop owners and residents.

What community policing efforts have shown results in your jurisdiction? Add your comments beneath this story.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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