60 The PLA reports to the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC which reports to parliament.
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4 Colonial period edit In the colonial period, prior to federation, Australia adopted the Contagious Diseases Acts of the United Kingdom between 18 in an attempt to control venereal disease in the military, requiring compulsory inspection of women suspected of prostitution, and could include incarceration.
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Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies.
Our interviews challenged this notion.
Upon complaint made on oath by a sergeant of police or by an officer of a higher rank in the police force that a female is or is reputed to be a common prostitute or has within fourteen days prior to the making of such.
Parliament of South Australia.
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Ian Henschke (1 November 2010).
"SA MPs consider changes to prostitution laws.148 Furthermore, according to Sullivan and Jeffries: The legislation was designed to control the expansion of the sex industry, but instead, a "massive expansion" consequently occurred.But almost immediately, community pressure started to build for additional safeguards, particularly in Darlinghurst (Perkins 1991 although police still utilised other legislation such as the Offences in Public Places Act 1979 for unruly behaviour.More specific legislation dates from the early twentieth century, such as the Criminal Code Act 1924 (Crimes against Morality and the Police Offences Act 1935.(Bonney 1997) In 1992 whore island the Prostitution Regulation Act reformed and consolidated the common law and statute law relating to prostitution.Australian Capital Territory edit History edit Prior to passage of the 1992 Prostitution Act, prostitution policy in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) consisted of "containment and control" under the Police Offences Act 1930 12 This prohibited keeping a brothel, persistently soliciting in a public place.