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Policing the sex industry : protection, paternalism and politics

Author: Teela Sanders; Mary Laing, (Lecturer in criminology)
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
Series: Interdisciplinary studies in sex for sale.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Policing the sex industry.
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]
(DLC) 2017298406
(OCoLC)991688922
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Teela Sanders; Mary Laing, (Lecturer in criminology)
ISBN: 9781351768412 1351768417 9781351768429 1351768425 9781351768405 1351768409 9781315196893 1315196891
OCLC Number: 1017872541
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white).
Contents: AcknowledgementsList of contributorsIntroduction: Policing the Sex Industry: Tackling Exploitation, Facilitating Safety? Professor Teela Sanders (University of Leicester) and Dr Mary Laing (University of Northumbria)Part 1: Protection through Policing: Plurality and PragmatismChapter 1 Policing sex work in the UK: a patchwork approach. Alex Feis-Bryce (CEO National Ugly Mugs)Chapter 2: Trans sex workers in the UK: security, services and safety Dr. Mary Laing, (Northumbria University); Del Campbell (National Ugly Mugs); Dr Matthew Jones (Northumbria University) Angelika Strohmayer (Open Lab, Newcastle University) Chapter 3: Beyond hate: policing sex work, protection and hate crime Dr Rosie Campbell OBE (University of Leicester) Chapter 4: Decriminalisation, policing and sex work in New Zealand Dr Lynzi Armstrong (University of Victoria Wellington, New Zealand)Chapter 5: `Not in our name': Findings from Wales Supporting the Decriminalisation of Sex Work Professor Tracey Sagar and Debbie Jones (University of Swansea)Part 2 Policing Operations, Enforcement and AusterityChapter 6: Policing a Crime, Producing a Victim: An Ethnography of Raids in Sex Trafficking Operations Dr Julia Leser (University of Leipzig, Germany)Chapter 7: Trafficking, Pimping, Sex Work, and the Police: Perceptions of Street Prostitutes in Las Vegas Dr Andrew L. Spivak (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)Chapter 8: The condom as evidence and the condom as a crowbar Dr Synnove Jahnsen, (Uni Rokkan Centre, Norway).Chapter 9: `Cleaning up Camden': Street-based sex work and the use of ASBOs in the Age of Austerity Dr. Lucy Neville (Middlesex University) and Dr Erin Sanders-McDonagh (University of Kent)
Series Title: Interdisciplinary studies in sex for sale.
Responsibility: edited by Teela Sanders, Mary Laing.

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