Chris Eyre of Acpo: 'We focus on the victim's needs'

At least 2,600 women are working as prostitutes in England and Wales having been trafficked from abroad, new research suggests.

A report from the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) found around half of these women were Chinese.

Deputy Chief Constable Chris Eyre from Acpo has explained the sensitivities of policing this kind of crime.

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