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The report said licensing contributes to the safety, health and protection of workers. The new bylaw would require workers to be part of information sessions on where to access health and social services as well as community policing. The bylaw would also mandate other employees at these businesses be registered, so the license branch has information about them. But City Protection Committee Chair and Councillor Sherri Rollins said the bylaw does not do enough to tackle counter exploitation and grooming and worries the approach is more punitive towards the sex workers than it is about safety.

Winnipeg sex trade booms online as street-level operations decline

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Finding your information. A professional escort expects a new city proposal aiming to make her line of work safer will instead bring unwanted surveillance. And the bylaws invite police and bylaw officers into the lives of… sex workers, already stigmatized people," said Amy, a member of Sex Workers of Winnipeg Action Coalition, who did not want her last name published. All changes would take effect Oct. By the same date, body rub parlours would be required to have a working closed-circuit television camera system in reception areas and to install panic alarms in all rooms used by body rub practitioners. Amy believes the collection of rules perpetuates a view sex workers are both at risk themselves and a risk to others.

Escort pans proposed sex worker bylaw update

Technology is changing how johns connect with sex trade workers, creating "a whole new class of workers" and causing investigators to fall behind, says a report going to the Winnipeg police board. There's been a large drop in the street-level sex trade in recent years, according to the report, which details police activities in the third quarter of the year July 1 to Sept. Five to 10 years ago, the Winnipeg Outreach Network, which helps people in high-risk lifestyles, said there were well over people involved in the street-level sex trade. That number is fewer than now, according to the report.
A total of 20 men face charges as a result of a continuing joint Winnipeg-Brandon sexual exploitation investigation called Project Beckon, police say. The men are charged with obtaining sexual services, police said at a joint police conference Monday morning in Brandon. Richard McDougall, a member of the counter-exploitation unit. The accused are age 22 to 82 years old; 14 live in Brandon, while the other six are from Winnipeg, Virden, Souris, Shoal Lake and Erickson.