She said: "The issue of on-street sex work in Swindon is relative to the size and population of the town.
"We are fortunate enough in Swindon to have an outreach worker dedicated to on street sex work that has been funded by our Police and Crime Commissioner.
The outreach provided by ISIS womens centre is regular late at night and during the early hours of the morning on the streets of Swindon; this has proved to be of huge benefit and support to sex workers.
The police watchdog is to investigate Wiltshire police’s handling of a child sex abuse claim allegedly made against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in the 1990s.
The force is to be probed after allegations made by a retired senior officer were referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
An IPCC spokesman said it is to investigate “allegations concerning Wiltshire Police's handling of an alleged claim of child sexual abuse made in the 1990s”.