Consumer-level demand provides the revenue stream for all prostitution and sex trafficking, and demand reduction tactics have been used locally. Loss of employment is a consequence of buying sex that has occurred within the county. For example, in August 2021, the former executive director of the Mississippi Fair Commission pled guilty in Circuit Court to promoting prostitution. He was ordered to serve 10 years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, with the last seven years to be suspended. After serving his term in the custody of MDOC he would then be placed in a supervised program, and pay court costs in the amount of $1,442, a district attorney investigative fee of $500, and a MBI investigative fee in the amount of $500, all to be paid at the rate of no less than $100 per month. The man had been arrested by Madison police and MBI agents in April 2020. He was immediately fired by the Mississippi Fair Commission from his executive director position.