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"NORTHERN TERRITORY SEX WORKER REGISTRATION BRANDED A MISUSE OF POLICE POWERS LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY" 14th July, 2010

For over a decade police have collected personal information on sex workers working at legal escort agencies in the Northern Territory. The information is then kept on a life-long police register. “The Prostitution Regulation Act does not require Police to collect information or to register sex workers. However this practice has been allowed to continue for many years,” said Janelle Fawkes, Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association.

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