A report from the Polaris Project states that there are over 3, massage parlors in California posing as fronts for sex trafficking. A recent report by the Polaris Project , an anti-human trafficking organization, found that there are over 3, massage parlors in California that are posing fronts for sex trafficking. The report states that there are at least 9, "illicit massage businesses" nationwide, meaning that California is home to a third of these establishments. The authors of the report note that women who are forced into the business are usually women who "recently arrived from China or South Korea, carry debts or are otherwise under extreme financial pressure, speak little or no English, have no more than a high school education, are in their mid 30s to late 50s, [and] are mothers. The Polaris Project states that there are at least illicit massage businesses operating in San Francisco and operating in San Jose.
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San Jose police bust 100-plus illicit massage parlors, arrest numbers unclear
The businesses either lacked permits to operate or violated city code by being public nuisances and offering prostitution services, according to a San Jose Police Department report. Police compiled a list of illicit massage businesses in the city from resident complaints, online sex-for-cash listings and by identifying unusually high concentrations of massage parlors in certain areas. A total of illicit massage parlors were identified by police. In , the city created an ordinance with stricter regulations for massage businesses. That year, police identified known massage businesses and issued warning letters for noncompliance with the ordinance.
See a memo about the city of San Jose report. A new report presented to the City Council on Tuesday revealed that a total of massage parlors were shuttered as a result of an undercover investigation conducted by the San Jose Police Department's Vice Unit. Ninety percent of the massage businesses that were covertly investigated 54 of 60 were confirmed to be offering prostitution services, the report said. In addition to the undercover probes, the city reached out to landlords to warn them that their massage parlor tenants may be involved in soliciting prostitution, which prompted the shutdown of 62 of the parlors, the report said.