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    Are you a victim of human trafficking or sexual exploitation or any other crime?

    Don't be afraid to go to the police. The police in Ireland will help you.

    An Garda Síochána (Republic of Ireland) - Homepage of An Garda Síochána
    Police Service of Northern Ireland - Home | Police Service of Northern Ireland

    Visit the Blue Blindfold website for further information about help available to victims of trafficking in Ireland.

    Home - Anti Human Trafficking Unit from the Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform (Republic of Ireland)
    BlueBlindFold - Homepage from the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (Northern Ireland)

    In emergency call the police on 999 or 112.

    Do you suspect human trafficking, exploitation or child prostitution?

    If you have encountered an escort or other sex worker who you believe may be trafficked, exploited or underage, we would strongly encourage you to do the right thing and report your suspicions to the police immediately.

    If you meet an escort who is foreign, perhaps with very little English, who appears to be frightened, unhappy or not wanting to perform sexual acts, or if you notice injuries to the lady, you should suspect trafficking. You should also watch out for ladies who appear to have their activities supervised by a "pimp" type figure or who are offering un-safe sexual services or appear to be working long hours and seeing a large number of clients perhaps not by choice.

    It is not a crime to pay for sex in Ireland. It is against the law to have sex with an underage person (in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland). Since 2008, it is also against the law to pay for sex with a trafficked person in Republic of Ireland, and a similar law will probably be in place in Northern Ireland shortly.

    If you suspect trafficking, exploitation or underage - LEAVE - and report the matter to the police.

    If you would like to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 1 800 250 025 (Republic of Ireland) or 0800 555 111 (Northern Ireland). You can also email blueblindfold@garda.ie (Republic of Ireland) or fill out the secure online form on the Crimestoppers website (Northern Ireland).

    Visit the Blue Blindfold website for further information about trafficking in Ireland.

    Home - Anti Human Trafficking Unit from the Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform (Republic of Ireland)
    BlueBlindFold - Homepage from the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (Northern Ireland)

    In emergency call the police on 999 or 112.

    Clients play an important role in stopping sex trafficking and exploitation in Ireland - Please do your part!
    Last edited by samlad; 27-04-14 at 11:14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    Are you a victim of human trafficking or sexual exploitation or any other crime?

    Don't be afraid to go to the police. The police in Ireland will help you.

    An Garda Síochána (Republic of Ireland) - Homepage of An Garda Síochána
    Police Service of Northern Ireland - Home | Police Service of Northern Ireland

    Visit the Blue Blindfold website for further information about help available to victims of trafficking in Ireland.

    Home - Anti Human Trafficking Unit from the Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform (Republic of Ireland)
    BlueBlindFold - Homepage from the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (Northern Ireland)

    In emergency call the police on 999 or 112.

    Do you suspect human trafficking, exploitation or child prostitution?

    If you have encountered an escort or other sex worker who you believe may be trafficked, exploited or underage, we would strongly encourage you to do the right thing and report your suspicions to the police immediately.

    If you meet an escort who is foreign, perhaps with very little English, who appears to be frightened, unhappy or not wanting to perform sexual acts, or if you notice injuries to the lady, you should suspect trafficking. You should also watch out for ladies who appear to have their activities supervised by a "pimp" type figure or who are offering un-safe sexual services or appear to be working long hours and seeing a large number of clients perhaps not by choice.

    It is not a crime to pay for sex in Ireland. It is against the law to have sex with an underage person (in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland). Since 2008, it is also against the law to pay for sex with a trafficked person in Republic of Ireland, and a similar law will probably be in place in Northern Ireland shortly.

    If you suspect trafficking, exploitation or underage - LEAVE - and report the matter to the police.

    If you would like to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 1 800 250 025 (Republic of Ireland) or 0800 555 111 (Northern Ireland). You can also email blueblindfold@garda.ie (Republic of Ireland) or fill out the secure online form on the Crimestoppers website (Northern Ireland).

    Visit the Blue Blindfold website for further information about trafficking in Ireland.

    Home - Anti Human Trafficking Unit from the Department of Justice, Equality & Law Reform (Republic of Ireland)
    BlueBlindFold - Homepage from the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (Northern Ireland)

    In emergency call the police on 999 or 112.

    Clients play an important role in stopping sex trafficking and exploitation in Ireland - Please do your part!
    Been punting on and off for many years and rarely if ever have I come across either underage girls or obvious cases of trafficking and certainly never considered that I should alert the cops. Clearly it is not very common except perhaps in cases where non national gangs are supplying cheap sex to compatriots who don't have much money. But this is likely to be well underground and it's unlikely that the vast majority of people on here will ever encounter it. The scaremongers of course would have you believe that the majority of participants in the Irish sex industry are trafficked or coerced which of course is total bull. Finally, when these new laws are introduced and if they can be enforced the outcome will be an increase in this underground activity as genuine escorts face a drop in income and move elsewhere. Also we are likely to see an increase in high risk sexual activity (e.g. without condom) by escorts or pimping gangs who are desperate to attract punters.

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    Sex is a choice no one should be forced

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    no mercy for anyone involved in this

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    Absolutely agree

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    Where's Liam Person when you need him, but seriously what happened in that movie should happen in reality.

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