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Anyone who takes a cut of your booking money for finding clients risks penalties unless they have a licence as an escort agency. It is also unlawful to provide sexual services to clients at your home or own premises unless you have a brothel licence see above or are approved as an exempt brothel see above section Sex Work Act Current police operations in St Kilda the main street based area target sex workers and clients. There are police in marked police cars as well as undercover police posing as both sex workers and clients.

There has been broad ongoing discussions about the decriminalisation of street based sex work for decades but no action from government. Street Based Sex Workers have been charged under Section 13 of the Sex Work Act which states that "a person must not for the purpose of sex work solicit or accost any person or loiter in a public place. Click here to view Section 13 of the Sex Work Act The Sex Work Act under Section 12 also states that "a person must not Click here to view Section 12 of the Sex Work Act According to the Act, "A relevant police officer who suspects on reasonable grounds that a person is committing or has just committed a relevant offence within a declared area may give the person a notice banning the person, for the period specified in the notice, from the declared area.

The period specified in the banning notice must not exceed 72 hours starting from the time the notice is given to the person to whom it applies. Police cannot give a banning notice if they believe or have reasonable grounds for believing the person lives or works in the declared area. No more than one banning notice may be given to a person for a declared area in respect of the same relevant offence, but a banning notice may be given to a person who is already subject to a banning notice for the declared area if the subsequent notice is given in respect of a separate relevant offence.

Unfortunately the Labor Government in Victoria rejected the recommendations and no further action has been taken since the release of the report. There are some changes to what content sex workers can now use in our advertising- which are outlined below.

Sections 5a, 5b and 5c of the 'Sex Work Regulations ' state: Our Victorian organisational member, Vixen Collective, conducted a consultation with Victorian sex workers and in conjunction with St Kilda Legal Service has received feedback from Consumer Affairs Victoria CAV that although this feedback does not constitute legal advice, Consumer Affairs Victoria have stated that they support the following: St Kilda Legal Service also has information on their website on this subject here.

To view a pdf file of the entirety of the Sex Work Regulations part of which includes advertising regulations see here. To view submissions on the Sex Work Regulations consultation including by Scarlet Alliance, our sex worker member organisation in Victoria- Vixen Collective and our associate member organisation, RhED click here.

The Sex Work Act Section 17 restricts advertising about sex work. It says that an ad must not:. Advertising cannot contain a photographic or other pictorial representation of a particular person unless that person has given written consent for that advertisement and a copy of the signed consent has been given to that person.

The SWA number "must be clearly legible in a point type no smaller than the smallest point type appearing in the advertisement or 7 point type, whichever is the larger. Inspectors from Consumer and Business Affairs have powers to enter the workplace that are the same as the police. Authorised local government officers can also do this.

Link here for a full look at all the BLA forms and links. Section 20 of the Sex Work Act states, "A person must not work as a sex worker during any period in which he or she knows that he or she is infected with a sexually transmitted disease. To comply with the requirements of the Sex Work Act [s. The certificate is valid for three months from the date it is issued. To comply with current regulations, brothel owners require sex workers to obtain an "attendance certificate" from a doctor that states: The law states you must provide evidence of STI test via attendance certificate It is not a requirement of the law to have blood test as part of this; Many doctors will write "STI and blood tests have been conducted" on certificates of attendence- and some brothels in Victoria will ask for certificates of attendance stating that STI and blood tests have been conducted - despite the fact blood tests are not mandated as legal requirement under the law.

Section 18A of the sex work act also states that: The outcomes of mandatory testing are counterproductive to reducing HIV and STI rates, do not reach the intended target group, are costly and inefficient, and mandatory testing has proven to be a very difficult policy to repeal once in place.

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Arnot "Legalisation of the Sex Industry in Victoria" External links Rhed Website. Sex Work Act If you work in a licensed brothel- the brothel itself registers under the licensing system i. According to law you should never have to pay a bond or a fine in a legal brothel. The licensee must make sure you are supplied with a one way or two way electronic device, such as a mobile phone, radio intercom or a buzzer so you can contact the licensee or approved manager at any time while you are working Sex Work Regulations You have the right to refuse a booking if you think the situation is unsafe or the client may be violent.

Opens new window To view submissions on the Sex Work Regulations consultation including by Scarlet Alliance, our sex worker member organisation in Victoria- Vixen Collective and our associate member organisation, RhED click here. It says that an ad must not: The Business Licensing Authority is an independent statutory authority.

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Anyone who takes a cut of your booking money for finding clients risks penalties unless they have a licence as an escort agency. It is also unlawful to provide sexual services to clients at your home or own premises unless you have a brothel licence see above or are approved as an exempt brothel see above section Sex Work Act Current police operations in St Kilda the main street based area target sex workers and clients.

There are police in marked police cars as well as undercover police posing as both sex workers and clients. There has been broad ongoing discussions about the decriminalisation of street based sex work for decades but no action from government. Street Based Sex Workers have been charged under Section 13 of the Sex Work Act which states that "a person must not for the purpose of sex work solicit or accost any person or loiter in a public place. Click here to view Section 13 of the Sex Work Act The Sex Work Act under Section 12 also states that "a person must not Click here to view Section 12 of the Sex Work Act According to the Act, "A relevant police officer who suspects on reasonable grounds that a person is committing or has just committed a relevant offence within a declared area may give the person a notice banning the person, for the period specified in the notice, from the declared area.

The period specified in the banning notice must not exceed 72 hours starting from the time the notice is given to the person to whom it applies. Police cannot give a banning notice if they believe or have reasonable grounds for believing the person lives or works in the declared area. No more than one banning notice may be given to a person for a declared area in respect of the same relevant offence, but a banning notice may be given to a person who is already subject to a banning notice for the declared area if the subsequent notice is given in respect of a separate relevant offence.

Unfortunately the Labor Government in Victoria rejected the recommendations and no further action has been taken since the release of the report. There are some changes to what content sex workers can now use in our advertising- which are outlined below. Sections 5a, 5b and 5c of the 'Sex Work Regulations ' state: Our Victorian organisational member, Vixen Collective, conducted a consultation with Victorian sex workers and in conjunction with St Kilda Legal Service has received feedback from Consumer Affairs Victoria CAV that although this feedback does not constitute legal advice, Consumer Affairs Victoria have stated that they support the following: St Kilda Legal Service also has information on their website on this subject here.

To view a pdf file of the entirety of the Sex Work Regulations part of which includes advertising regulations see here. To view submissions on the Sex Work Regulations consultation including by Scarlet Alliance, our sex worker member organisation in Victoria- Vixen Collective and our associate member organisation, RhED click here. The Sex Work Act Section 17 restricts advertising about sex work. It says that an ad must not:.

Advertising cannot contain a photographic or other pictorial representation of a particular person unless that person has given written consent for that advertisement and a copy of the signed consent has been given to that person. The SWA number "must be clearly legible in a point type no smaller than the smallest point type appearing in the advertisement or 7 point type, whichever is the larger.

Inspectors from Consumer and Business Affairs have powers to enter the workplace that are the same as the police. Authorised local government officers can also do this. Link here for a full look at all the BLA forms and links.

Section 20 of the Sex Work Act states, "A person must not work as a sex worker during any period in which he or she knows that he or she is infected with a sexually transmitted disease. To comply with the requirements of the Sex Work Act [s. The certificate is valid for three months from the date it is issued.

To comply with current regulations, brothel owners require sex workers to obtain an "attendance certificate" from a doctor that states: The law states you must provide evidence of STI test via attendance certificate It is not a requirement of the law to have blood test as part of this; Many doctors will write "STI and blood tests have been conducted" on certificates of attendence- and some brothels in Victoria will ask for certificates of attendance stating that STI and blood tests have been conducted - despite the fact blood tests are not mandated as legal requirement under the law.

Section 18A of the sex work act also states that: The outcomes of mandatory testing are counterproductive to reducing HIV and STI rates, do not reach the intended target group, are costly and inefficient, and mandatory testing has proven to be a very difficult policy to repeal once in place. They are organisational members of Scarlet Alliance You can follow their activism and get involved: You are not logged in Log in.

Arnot "Legalisation of the Sex Industry in Victoria" External links Rhed Website. Sex Work Act If you work in a licensed brothel- the brothel itself registers under the licensing system i. According to law you should never have to pay a bond or a fine in a legal brothel.

The licensee must make sure you are supplied with a one way or two way electronic device, such as a mobile phone, radio intercom or a buzzer so you can contact the licensee or approved manager at any time while you are working Sex Work Regulations You have the right to refuse a booking if you think the situation is unsafe or the client may be violent.

Opens new window To view submissions on the Sex Work Regulations consultation including by Scarlet Alliance, our sex worker member organisation in Victoria- Vixen Collective and our associate member organisation, RhED click here.

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Nsa dating sites sexy escort Brisbane There is no fee to register. Renee works only two days a week, which is enough to support the life she chose after leaving home in an outer Melbourne suburb more than two decades ago. You can have one other sex worker working with you as an exempt provider but their details must also be registered with the BLA. Why you never mentioned you were gay I have no idea. St Kilda Legal Service also has information on their website on this subject. Since Octobermandatory testing has been 3 monthly, prior to this it had been monthly for STI swabs and 3 monthly for blood tests. If you are working with another sex worker ie offering doubles they need to register as well to comply with the law.

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