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In many cases they don't want to work with police, or can't."Most of them, because of a trauma bond they have with their abuser, have a great difficulty opening up and telling us what's going on," he explained.Police charged a London man after a woman reported the attack Saturday night, which she says took place in a Wellington Road hotel room.The woman was able to free herself and call 911, police said. Given the nature of the accusation, police should have notified sex workers, said Anna Lise Trudell, the manager of education, training and research at Anova, which supports women involved in sexual and domestic violence.
In some cases the team is even receiving tips from independent sex workers already working in the trade, Hay added."We are going to do everything we can to help everyone we can, but I think we're just scraping the surface." Over the past 17 months the the London Abused Women's Centre served 490 women and girls, 159 of which were involved in human trafficking, said Megan Walker, the organization's director.The average age of someone who enters the sex trade is 13, added Walker. Michael Hay, his unit's primary goal is to help women and girls escape the sex trade and bring them somewhere they feel safe — laying charges is their second priority."The decision to release information about a specific investigation and/or the name of the charged individual is based on the particular factors of each case," police said in a written statement.Tyler Bell, 22, was arrested Sunday and is charged with assault and three counts related to buying sex.
That difficulty is made worse by the fact that johns often text message using apps that hide their phone number and are impossible to trace.