September 30, 2022 | Crime/Incident Statistics
As a follow-up to FOI-2021-02215, how many persons have been charged by the PSNI with the criminal offence of paying for sexual services of a person within the area served by the PSNI's Belfast District Command from 28/10/2021 to 30/06/2022?
In total, how many persons have been charged by the PSNI across all policing districts with the criminal offence of paying for sexual services of a person from 15/01/2015 to 30/06/2022?
As the law in respect of paying for sexual services of a person has been ineffective relative to the substantial number of unrecorded criminal offences which have been committed since it was enacted on 15/01/2015 for which the PSNI has cited evidential issues and taking into account the comments made by District Judge Ted Magill at the trial of Daniel Buga at Londonderry Magistrates Court in November 2020 in which he questioned why if 2 persons engage in paid fo consensual sexual activity, one is guilty and the other is not which were supported by the then Lord Chief Justice Sir Declan Morgan (document supplied), could I be supplied with the exchange of documents between the PSNI and the Department of Justice and the Public Prosecution Service from 15/01/2015 to 30/06/2022 that relate to the law in respect of paying for sexual services of a person?
Has the PSNI checked for the completion of client consultation firms at massage outlets/shops/parlours from 25/02/2022 to 30/06/2022 where it has been alleged hat sexual services have been provided by staff members to clients in return for money
Subject to the response to question4, how many purchasers of sexual services has the PSNI been able to identify from the completion of client consultation forms at massage outlets/shops/parlours from 25/02/2022 to 30/06/2022 with the assistance of staff members who allegedly provided the massage treatments and sexual services.