Sometime next week, the vice squad of Prince George's County Police Department in Maryland will conduct a prostitution sting and tweet out the event as it happens.

"From the ads to the arrests, we'll show you how the PGPD is battling the oldest profession," the department's blog reads. Suspect photos and information will be tweeted, with the idea that the tactic "will warn any potential participants that this type of criminal behavior is not welcome in Prince George's County."

The PGPD can be followed on Twitter @PGPDNews, and the officers will use the hashtag #PGPDVice.