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  1. I commend the girl’s parents for being alert and discovering this in the first place.

    Congratulations to the Naperville Police as well for finally arresting a real perpetrator. Pretending to be little girls online all day must be degrading.

    Posted to Man accused of sending naked picture to Naperville girl - Naperville

  2. Naperville has become a regular den of iniquity lately. The Naperville Police must be practicing for the day when they have an actual crime to solve.

    Posted to Prostitution sting nets six - Naperville

  3. Has this been on Leno yet?

    Posted to Police: Man arrested after canine run-in at dog park - Buffalo Grove

  4. I’m sure he’ll be just fine.

    Posted to Family seeks help in search for missing Naperville Central student - Naperville

  5. Maybe if the Naperville Police and the FBI weren’t so busy with prostitution strings they might be able to protect citizens from real crime.

    Posted to FBI, Naperville police continue to investigate armed bank robbery - Naperville

  6. There have been dozens of arrests in Naperville and Aurora in the past couple of weeks related to prostitution. What makes law enforcement think they can eradicate the “world’s oldest profession”?

    I understand the desire to clean up street level prostitution. It gives an area a bad image and is often accompanied by illegal drug use and drug sales.

    From this perspective, it would seem online advertising for prostitution would be a big improvement. However, many law enforcement agencies (including the FBI) are going after this as well.

    So here is an activity that everyone knows is not going away. It is completely unregulated and many people involved in it are IV drug users at risk for HIV.

    If it were legalized on a state or national level, we would not only save money on enforcement, but the advertising and solicitation could be regulated and kept out of the public eye. The health and safety of the people involved would be improved.

    To top it all off, there would be an additional source of tax revenue to fund more important law enforcement activities.

    Posted to Naperville police charge four in prostitution bust - Naperville

  7. There have been dozens of arrests in Naperville and Aurora in the past couple of weeks related to prostitution. What makes law enforcement think they can eradicate the “world’s oldest profession”?

    I understand the desire to clean up street level prostitution. It gives an area a bad image and is often accompanied by illegal drug use and drug sales.

    From this perspective, it would seem online advertising for prostitution would be a big improvement. However, many law enforcement agencies (including the FBI) are going after this as well.

    So here is an activity that everyone knows is not going away. It is completely unregulated and many people involved in it are IV drug users at risk for HIV.

    If it were legalized on a state or national level, we would not only save money on enforcement, but the advertising and solicitation could be regulated and kept out of the public eye. The health and safety of the people involved would be improved.

    To top it all off, there would be an additional source of tax revenue to fund more important law enforcement activities.

    Posted to Elmhurst police arrest 7 in prostitution sting - Elmhurst

  8. There have been dozens of arrests in Naperville and Aurora in the past couple of weeks related to prostitution. What makes law enforcement think they can eradicate the “world’s oldest profession”?

    I understand the desire to clean up street level prostitution. It gives an area a bad image and is often accompanied by illegal drug use and drug sales.

    From this perspective, it would seem online advertising for prostitution would be a big improvement. However, many law enforcement agencies (including the FBI) are going after this as well.

    So here is an activity that everyone knows is not going away. It is completely unregulated and many people involved in it are IV drug users at risk for HIV.

    If it were legalized on a state or national level, we would not only save money on enforcement, but the advertising and solicitation could be regulated and kept out of the public eye. The health and safety of the people involved would be improved.

    To top it all off, there would be an additional source of tax revenue to fund more important law enforcement activities.

    Posted to Police arrest alleged prostitute in Gurnee - Gurnee

  9. There have been dozens of arrests in Naperville and Aurora in the past couple of weeks related to prostitution. What makes law enforcement think they can eradicate the “world’s oldest profession”?

    I understand the desire to clean up street level prostitution. It gives an area a bad image and is often accompanied by illegal drug use and drug sales.

    From this perspective, it would seem online advertising for prostitution would be a big improvement. However, many law enforcement agencies (including the FBI) are going after this as well.

    So here is an activity that everyone knows is not going away. It is completely unregulated and many people involved in it are IV drug users at risk for HIV.

    If it were legalized on a state or national level, we would not only save money on enforcement, but the advertising and solicitation could be regulated and kept out of the public eye. The health and safety of the people involved would be improved.

    To top it all off, there would be an additional source of tax revenue to fund more important law enforcement activities.

    Posted to Nine men arrested in reverse prostitution sting in Aurora - Naperville

  10. There have been dozens of arrests in Naperville and Aurora in the past couple of weeks related to prostitution. What makes law enforcement think they can eradicate the “world’s oldest profession”?

    I understand the desire to clean up street level prostitution. It gives an area a bad image and is often accompanied by illegal drug use and drug sales.

    From this perspective, it would seem online advertising for prostitution would be a big improvement. However, many law enforcement agencies (including the FBI) are going after this as well.

    So here is an activity that everyone knows is not going away. It is completely unregulated and many people involved in it are IV drug users at risk for HIV.

    If it were legalized on a state or national level, we would not only save money on enforcement, but the advertising and solicitation could be regulated and kept out of the public eye. The health and safety of the people involved would be improved.

    To top it all off, there would be an additional source of tax revenue to fund more important law enforcement activities.

    Posted to Five arrested in Downers Grove prostitution sting - Downers Grove