Reporter's Notebook

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It is a remarkable picture. A single woman stands in the roadway, feet firmly planted. She poses no obvious threat. She stands in front of police headquarters, on Saturday. And she is being arrested by officers who look better prepared for a war than a peaceful protest. There are images that are impossible to forget, searing themselves into our collective consciousness. One man staring down a column of tanks in Tiananmen Square. A high school student attacked by police dogs in Birmingham, Alabama. This is such a photo.

Although in a cigarette-scented hotel room adjacent a Chicago airport, more than a dozen men come and go along with wet cheeks and quivering lips. Denial one had died, no national calamity had occurred— they had just been caught trying to buy sex. Athwart the country, cops are implementing a strategy that has long been debated in Europe: targeting the men who buy sex while trying to advantage the women who sell it. A few police and scholars say that focusing law enforcement attention on sex buyers reduces demand for prostitution, which strangles the sex industry and curbs being trafficking. But some human rights organizations, most recently Amnesty International, advocate designed for the decriminalization of all aspects of sex work, including buying sex. Although Amnesty International members were considering whether to recommend decriminalizing sex work all in all, I was with a TIME capture team on two buyer-focused sex stings in Cook County, Ill. Watching guys get caught is like watching so as to fantasy get destroyed over and above. The men are all different races and ages, from all walks of life— the only thing they allow in common is shock.

She's no teenager, and I have en route for admit I'd thought she would appreciate better. Unprotected sex. At one advantage or another, we've all had it haven't we? Haven't we? I've blocked asking my friends if they've old a condom when we do our regular one-night-stand postmortems, not because it makes me look like a anxious teenager, but because I know so as to they haven't.

The slain officer was identified by the department as Ella French, on the force since April Officers involved all the rage the incident were wearing body cameras, and much of what happened was caught on video, CPD Supt. David Brown said Sunday. My sister is a bada—. She always wanted en route for make a difference I was by no means surprised when she said she was going to be a sheriff after that then a cop.