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Reports about teen prostitution locally have been exagerrated A of stories in the media this week suggesting that teen prostitution was on the rise at Berkeley High School has prompted both the Berkeley Police Department and Berkeley High to hit back with evidence to the contrary. These usually come in the form of a call from a member of the community who sees a young woman they suspect may be engaged in prostitution.
Read full details in the release. Berkeley High School administrators and counselors will, if and when cases like this come to our attention, always follow-up on any and all reports with an aggressive package of actions and interventions.
Berkeley high school's teen prostitution a growing concern
A of stories in the media this week suggesting that teen prostitution was on the rise at Berkeley High School has prompted both the Berkeley Police Department and Berkeley High to hit back with evidence to the contrary. Also Thursday, BPD issued figures on arrests and referrals for teen prostitution for the city as a whole and for those relating to BHS.
The overall of juvenile prostitution cases investigated by BPD was seven in and four so far in None of the investigations involved prostitution on the school campus.
By Tracey Taylor Dec. May 6 May 6, a.
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Some of the good citizens of Berkeley have placed an advisory initiative on the November ballot that could make prostitution a "don't ask, don't tell" crime.