(1) The municipal court shall exclude a person for a period of ninety (90) days from the public streets, alleys, sidewalks and other public ways in all prostitution-free zones designated pursuant to section 4.746 of this code if the person has been arrested based upon probable cause within any prostitution-free zone for any prostitution related activities including the following offenses, unless the offense was committed entirely within a private residence:
(b) Promoting prostitution, in violation of ORS 167.012;
(c) Compelling prostitution, in violation of ORS 167.017;
(2) The municipal court shall exclude a person for a period of one (1) year from the public streets, alleys, sidewalks and other public ways in all of the prostitution-free zones if the person is convicted of any of the offenses enumerated in subsection (1) of this section if that offense was committed within any prostitution-free zone.
(3) Except as allowed under section 4.750 of this code, a person excluded under authority of this section may not enter any prostitution-free zone except to:
(a) Attend a meeting with an attorney;
(b) Attend a scheduled meeting with a medical or social service provider;
(c) Comply with court – or corrections-ordered obligations;
(d) Contact criminal justice personnel at a criminal justice facility;
(e) Travel through a prostitution-free zone on a Lane Transit District vehicle; or
(f) Travel to and from the person’s residence, if the residence is in the prostitution-free zone.
(5) If an excluded person is in any prostitution-free zone in violation of the exclusion during the exclusion period, that person is subject to immediate arrest for criminal trespass in the second degree pursuant to section 4.807 of this code or ORS 164.245.