Scarlet Alliance "Victorian Government’s Review of the Prositution Control Regulations" August 2005

The Victorian Prostitution Control Act does not reflect the findings of the 1985 Neave Inquiry; that is that individual self-employed sex workers should be able to operate lawfully. Rather, the requirement for registration is a barrier for sex workers and as a result compliance is low. This submission goes into detail about the failings of Victorian Regulations.