The area must be zoned industrial. To find a place you often have to disclose the nature of the proposed business to real estate agents. You must tell the owner that you will be setting up a small owner operated brothel and you will need their written approval to use the building as a brothel.
Once you have this permission you need to apply for a planning permit from the Planning Department of your local Council. Planning permits applications are often rejected at this level. If Council rejects the application you can appeal the decision at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. If you get a planning permit you register your name, date of birth, address, business name and address with the BLA as an exempt prostitution service provider.
You can have one other sex worker working with you as an exempt provider but their details must also be registered with the BLA. There is no fee to register. The BLA will also want your planning permit number, the name and address of the owner of the building and the letter of approval from the owner. Sex workers fairly commonly report receiving their SWA about a week after completing registration this is no guarantee and only based on anecdotal experience.
See Section 23 of Sex Work Act for more about special provisions for small owner-operated businesses. You get your bookings from the agency, usually by phone. When a client contacts the agency, the receptionist must describe you accurately so that expectations of you are in line with who you are. 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.
The agency should not force you to do the booking or fine or punish you for not doing a booking Sex Work Regulations Part 2. A small owner-operator escort service i. If you are working with another sex worker ie offering doubles they need to register as well to comply with the law.
In according to the BLA there were 1, exempt sex work service providers who operate their own escort agency, defined as an individual service provider or as an individual working with a maximum of one other person apart from themselves. Please Note Scarlet Alliance in no way endorses the individual registration of private workers - this information is provided to better enable Victorian sex workers to make an informed decision about their rights.
Scarlet Alliance continues to argue against the registration of private workers, as it is an infringement of human rights and privacy, and is in contravention of international health conventions including the Ottowa Charter. To register you need to give your real name and address, any and all names and phone numbers you will be using in any advertising, a passport size photo of yourself and a photocopy of a true form of I.
D signed by a witness. The information on the Register is not available to the public and can be removed on your request. 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.
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