Stop Prosecuting Prostitutes For Reporting Violent Crimes
Wendelijn Vollbehr is a sociology graduate of the VU University of Amsterdam. For her masterthesis she conducted qualitative research on sex worker-led organizations in collaboration with the Red Umbrella Fund. Her research interests are human rights, especially minority rights, marginalization and empowerment.
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Action Alert: Currently it is only illegal for police to sexually penetrate those who are in their custody. Sexual interaction during investigations, even with potential victims, is legal. If you think the Alaska legislature should still hear HB 112 email Representative Kreiss-Tompkins.
The Community United for Safety and Protection commends Alaska Representative Matt Claman for sponsoring House Bill 112, expanding Alaska’s current sexual assault statute to prohibit police officers from sexually penetrating or having sexual contact with those they are investigating. Currently, it is only illegal for police to sexually penetrate those who are in their custody.
We strive to share our sex work knowledge and experiences, however we do not need our views omitted or exploited in the mainstream.
Senator McGuire - As a former victim of U.S. domestic minor sex trafficking, I appeal to your compassion. Sex trafficking victims and sex workers need equal access to the law without discrimination, and without fear of harassment or arrest. SB 21 would allow anyone in Alaska’s sex trade, whether by choice, circumstance, or coercion, to … Continue reading AK SB 21: Pa Contributes Support
Police can touch my what? Sexual interaction with women under investigation for sex trafficking and prostitution? HAWAII: You shouldn’t write any legislation that would allow law enforcement to sexually assault or abuse vulnerable populations in any way and that’s what HB 1902 proposes to do in section 12(5). Legislation like this prevents sex trafficking victims and prostitutes from access to equal protection under the law and the due process protections of the justice system.
Alaska Action Alert: Stop Police From Having Sex With Prostitutes Before Arresting Them.