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English Green

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #15 on: 16 May 2018, 09:44:51 pm »
I'm confused.

If we're working alone, Independant, minding our own business, maybe 2 clients a day. In calls. In a rented or personally owned place. And just us working there. Is that illegal? Can it be stopped/ told to legally stop?

It is legal to work on you're own but i was pressured by police once and had the full scare package and told to go from the place/ area or i would have trouble had detective heading the visit with uniform as well. They wanted to make sure i had no pimp but that was not enough they still said i needed to go as they were under pressure and would be made worse if i stayed and never took there threat. I also was renting so breaking the terms of lease. Different police or forces seem to act different does not seem to be 1 rule for everyone i also had a nice experience with a different police force where they we're supportive.

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #16 on: 17 May 2018, 12:03:56 am »
This thread is scary...

Well you did something to alarm your neiboroughs or piss someone off to call the police. Too many men in your house? What did you do to cause this trouble?

Police are ok but there must be a complaint against to you. Sorry but they won't turn up on your doorstep....btw


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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #17 on: 17 May 2018, 07:45:04 am »
Thames Valley Police are still actively raiding well known working flats.  They are now taking to filming and putting it  on Twitter.  If you look on their Twitter page look for Operation Ardent, one of the ladies I rented from was raided.  Think they raided 5 that day.

But seeing it from their side, these flats run by ex escorts who are not renting the most discrete flats, booking 2 ladies in every week, week in week out, no regards for the neighbours at all.   It's not surprising they get shut down after a few months, but it's not nice if you happen to be the unfortunate one there when it occurs.

One reason I would not pay those places a deposit.
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #18 on: 17 May 2018, 07:47:26 am »
Yeah, I rented a few times from the same girl. Lovely flats, but she had a ton of them throughout the South of England, each two bedroom, two girls at a time, changing weekly.

She once sent a text to everyone she rented to, upset over things like leaving condoms outside the communal bins, being noisy and annoying neighbours, etc.


She should have been round checking herself. If you are going to rent to working girls you cannot rely on them to clean before they leave.
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #19 on: 17 May 2018, 08:54:28 am »
This thread is scary...

Well you did something to alarm your neiboroughs or piss someone off to call the police. Too many men in your house? What did you do to cause this trouble?

Police are ok but there must be a complaint against to you. Sorry but they won't turn up on your doorstep....btw


I don't think you're innocent in this game.

I don’t think that’s helpful.
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #20 on: 17 May 2018, 09:00:28 am »
I don’t think that’s helpful.

It's not helpful no, but then nor are the posts about deposits or cleaning because they're nothing to do with the topic.

Christine, did you read any of the thread at all or just the first post? The OP has made it clear what the situation is or at least is likely to be, and so have other posters. Please have another look.

Everybody else, we can get back to the topic now.
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #21 on: 17 May 2018, 10:55:06 am »
It's not helpful no, but then nor are the posts about deposits or cleaning because they're nothing to do with the topic.

Christine, did you read any of the thread at all or just the first post? The OP has made it clear what the situation is or at least is likely to be, and so have other posters. Please have another look.

Everybody else, we can get back to the topic now.

Sorry I was a little bit confused. OP says she's working independently but then I read a full post. Sorry again.

Yes I think you should look for another location. I can understand that you are unable to relax with clients and the last thing you need is to have visit from the police whilst you with your client.

Still thinking there must be a complaint from your neiboroughs or indescreete stalking client who reported you. Police won't waste their time without complaint.

High volume of clients can work only for a few months and it doesn't matter if you are discreete or not. Neiboroughs will notice or you'll get stalking client who will cause troubles.

Personally I would leave and find another location. 


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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #22 on: 17 May 2018, 11:31:50 am »
Sorry I was a little bit confused. OP says she's working independently but then I read a full post. Sorry again.

Yes I think you should look for another location. I can understand that you are unable to relax with clients and the last thing you need is to have visit from the police whilst you with your client.

Still thinking there must be a complaint from your neiboroughs or indescreete stalking client who reported you. Police won't waste their time without complaint.

High volume of clients can work only for a few months and it doesn't matter if you are discreete or not. Neiboroughs will notice or you'll get stalking client who will cause troubles.

Personally I would leave and find another location.

There could be 1 nosey neighbour that notices different men coming into a place even just on a 1 day or 2 days then there radar is up so they then watch constantly and even if you only see 8 men the whole week once the suspicion is there it is there even if you think you have been discreet it can happen then first thing neighbours do is tell other neighbours investigate themselves more getting evidence and then call the police with what they know.

Not in all cases does it mean if someone has police visit they have always been indiscreet just takes one person to notice even a low volume amount turning up.

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #23 on: 17 May 2018, 12:08:26 pm »
If it's your own place it's all legal unless your in breach of lease but as has been said if a flats used for different girls even working alone .

I see a lot of Police and have their home phone numbers in my phone in case I have any problems , a good tip is to call the control room the number will be online and keep in phone then you can check they have actually been sent there ;)

I've had problems with neighbours before but I think it's always nice to be considerate and keep the noise down and traffic reasonable I never used to put music on I used to put the telly on talk sport or something so it sounds like voices , hope this is helpful :)
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #24 on: 17 May 2018, 01:31:27 pm »
She should have been round checking herself. If you are going to rent to working girls you cannot rely on them to clean before they leave.

She had too many flats for that. All over the South and Southeast.

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #25 on: 17 May 2018, 01:44:11 pm »
OK, so a friend of mine had to abandon the flat she'd used for years without any issues because of another flat in the same building being indiscreet. My friend had a 2 bed and she'd often rent the other bedroom. Never had a problem.

But one day she realised that there was another working flat on the same floor, right next to the lift. When she was coming from or waiting from the lift, she'd notice men standing in front of the flat and knocking. And waiting and knocking again. Then after a few minutes there was the tap-tap of heels and the door would open and a woman's voice saying hello to let him in.

I saw this, myself, on a few occasions when visiting my friend. Different men of all ages, classes and races, waiting at the same door.

1. Who wears high heels indoors and not to go out?

2. Who has all male visitors at all hours?

3. Who has visitors to their homes of all different races, ages and social classes? Most people tend to socialise with people like themselves.

Because they were right next to the lift, quite a lot of people saw this. Because they made the clients stand out there knocking, everyone got a good look.

So the police got involved and CCTV was studied. And that's when they noticed the second stream of men going on down to my friend's flat. Hers was around a corner and much less viewable, but if you watch the CCTV you'll see a parade of men coming and going. Watch the CCTV for that corridor and you've identified the flat.

So even though my friend was always discreet and went undetected for years, once someone had a look, it was spotted. And they started looking because the other flat might as well have had a red light over the door.

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #26 on: 17 May 2018, 01:45:37 pm »
She had too many flats for that. All over the South and Southeast.
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #27 on: 17 May 2018, 05:42:54 pm »
There could be 1 nosey neighbour that notices different men coming into a place even just on a 1 day or 2 days then there radar is up so they then watch constantly and even if you only see 8 men the whole week once the suspicion is there it is there even if you think you have been discreet it can happen then first thing neighbours do is tell other neighbours investigate themselves more getting evidence and then call the police with what they know.

Not in all cases does it mean if someone has police visit they have always been indiscreet just takes one person to notice even a low volume amount turning up.


There could be 1 nosey neighbour that notices different men coming into a place even just on a 1 day or 2 days then there radar is up so they then watch constantly and even if you only see 8 men the whole week once the suspicion is there it is there even if you think you have been discreet it can happen then first thing neighbours do is tell other neighbours investigate themselves more getting evidence and then call the police with what they know.

Not in all cases does it mean if someone has police visit they have always been indiscreet just takes one person to notice even a low volume amount turning up.

Thing is nowadays everyone knows what tinder is.
To a nosey neighbour of an indi girl working alone, an excuse could be made that she has an active sex life and these are men visiting off a hookup site. 2 guys a day for example. Tinder/extra marital affairs type website hookups. Nothing wrong with that, and could be a valid excuse.

I guess the police only have solid evidence someone's escorting from say a private rented flat or even their own home they own. If a client has dobbed them in and can send proof of her advertising and proof of her confirming her address for selling sexual services

Just a thought if ever someone had that situation when mindin their own business working discreetly from their own place. But like you said, you get one curtain twitcher/neighbour and they could become obsessed in watching out for any new guests and make a complaint. Would this excuse suffice? What do you think?
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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #28 on: 17 May 2018, 06:42:29 pm »

Thing is nowadays everyone knows what tinder is.
To a nosey neighbour of an indi girl working alone, an excuse could be made that she has an active sex life and these are men visiting off a hookup site. 2 guys a day for example. Tinder/extra marital affairs type website hookups. Nothing wrong with that, and could be a valid excuse.

I guess the police only have solid evidence someone's escorting from say a private rented flat or even their own home they own. If a client has dobbed them in and can send proof of her advertising and proof of her confirming her address for selling sexual services

Just a thought if ever someone had that situation when mindin their own business working discreetly from their own place. But like you said, you get one curtain twitcher/neighbour and they could become obsessed in watching out for any new guests and make a complaint. Would this excuse suffice? What do you think?

Yes but with Tinder you are probably choosing someone you are a bit attracted to not some old ugly man in his 70's so the neighbour would see a whole mix of the weird and wonderful
1 day a asian man in his 50's
The next day a white man of 70 who can barely walk
The next a younger 23 year old black man
The next a suited and booted type in his 40s
The next day the local tramp who looks like he has walked the streets without washing for a year  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: what to say when visited by police
« Reply #29 on: 17 May 2018, 06:50:37 pm »
Yes but with Tinder you are probably choosing someone you are a bit attracted to not some old ugly man in his 70's so the neighbour would see a whole mix of the weird and wonderful
1 day a asian man in his 50's
The next day a white man of 70 who can barely walk
The next a younger 23 year old black man
The next a suited and booted type in his 40s
The next day the local tramp who looks like he has walked the streets without washing for a year  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Not all sex addicts are choosy  :D I might still use it as an excuse should the situation arise and I need a quick excuse  ;D although not sure what's worse. Being known by your neighbours after as just an un fussy loose hoe. Or a paid hoe haha