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    If a guy from amsterdam came to ireland on holiday and wanted to have a good time but wasn't sure about the law here regarding escorts so he decided to go to the local garda station to enquire as he wouldnt want to break the law.What would the gards tell him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpink View Post
    if a guy from amsterdam came to ireland on holiday and wanted to have a good time but wasn't sure about the law here regarding escorts so he decided to go to the local garda station to enquire as he wouldnt want to break the law.what would the gards tell him?
    they would say "listen hear sonny,look at the time of your post,come back after lunch"
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpink View Post
    If a guy from amsterdam came to ireland on holiday and wanted to have a good time but wasn't sure about the law here regarding escorts so he decided to go to the local garda station to enquire as he wouldnt want to break the law.What would the gards tell him?
    theyd tell him to check out EI, the same as they do

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    they would tell him to meet us out back at 10pm we know a good pace to visit
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    Not sure how the Gards would word it, but here are the facts, based on the main law governing escorting & prostitution - the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1993:

    * Soliciting — Under section 7 of the Act, it is an offence to solicit another person in a street or public place for the purposes of prostitution. That offence applies to everyone, whether male or female, prostitute or client, or third party (such as a pimp) and includes kerb crawling.

    * Loitering — Under section 8, a member of An Garda Síochána may direct a person in a street or public place to leave the vicinity if he or she has reasonable cause to suspect that the person is loitering in order to solicit or importune another person for the purposes of prostitution.

    * Living on earnings of prostitution — Under section 10, any person who knowingly lives in whole or in part on the earnings of the prostitution of another person and aids and abets that prostitution is guilty of an offence.

    * Directing prostitution — Under section 9, any person who controls or directs the activities of a prostitute in respect of prostitution, organises prostitution or compels or coerces a person to be a prostitute commits an offence.

    * Brothel keeping — It is an offence under section 11 to keep, manage or assist in the management of a brothel.

    * Advertising of brothels and prostitution — Section 23 of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act 1994 prohibits the advertising of brothels and prostitution.
    -It created the offence of publishing or distributing an advertisement which advertises a brothel or the services of a prostitute in the State or any premises or service in the State in terms, circumstances or manner which give rise to the reasonable inference that the premises is a brothel or that the service is one of prostitution.

    In summary, it is illegal to solicit for prostitution, loiter for the purposes of prostitution, organise prostitution, live off the earnings of prostitutes and advertise such activities.
    (Regarding the advertising - it applies only if done in Ireland, please note E-I is NOT a website registered in Ireland)

    In conclusion, seeing an escort by herself from is a grey legal area. Is not a legal offence

    I'm pretty sure it is not encouraged by all Garda members, but as soon as you stay away from committing all the offences above, you will be fine. In addition to that, an escort who works by herself & and for herself and does not solicit in public places, should be aware that discretion in her activities is a must, as majority of the landlords / hotel managers will not tolerate the business she is doing, in many cases a standard letting contract would specify that the tenants are not allowed to have any business activities in the premises.

    Hope that helps somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karin_27 View Post
    Not sure how the Gards would word it, but here are the facts, based on the main law governing escorting & prostitution - the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1993:

    * Soliciting — Under section 7 of the Act, it is an offence to solicit another person in a street or public place for the purposes of prostitution. That offence applies to everyone, whether male or female, prostitute or client, or third party (such as a pimp) and includes kerb crawling.

    * Loitering — Under section 8, a member of An Garda Síochána may direct a person in a street or public place to leave the vicinity if he or she has reasonable cause to suspect that the person is loitering in order to solicit or importune another person for the purposes of prostitution.

    * Living on earnings of prostitution — Under section 10, any person who knowingly lives in whole or in part on the earnings of the prostitution of another person and aids and abets that prostitution is guilty of an offence.

    * Directing prostitution — Under section 9, any person who controls or directs the activities of a prostitute in respect of prostitution, organises prostitution or compels or coerces a person to be a prostitute commits an offence.

    * Brothel keeping — It is an offence under section 11 to keep, manage or assist in the management of a brothel.

    * Advertising of brothels and prostitution — Section 23 of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act 1994 prohibits the advertising of brothels and prostitution.
    -It created the offence of publishing or distributing an advertisement which advertises a brothel or the services of a prostitute in the State or any premises or service in the State in terms, circumstances or manner which give rise to the reasonable inference that the premises is a brothel or that the service is one of prostitution.

    In summary, it is illegal to solicit for prostitution, loiter for the purposes of prostitution, organise prostitution, live off the earnings of prostitutes and advertise such activities.
    (Regarding the advertising - it applies only if done in Ireland, please note E-I is NOT a website registered in Ireland)

    In conclusion, seeing an escort by herself from is a grey legal area. Is not a legal offence

    I'm pretty sure it is not encouraged by all Garda members, but as soon as you stay away from committing all the offences above, you will be fine. In addition to that, an escort who works by herself & and for herself and does not solicit in public places, should be aware that discretion in her activities is a must, as majority of the landlords / hotel managers will not tolerate the business she is doing, in many cases a standard letting contract would specify that the tenants are not allowed to have any business activities in the premises.

    Hope that helps somehow.

    It does indeed

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    [QUOTE=karin_27;106954]Not sure how the Gards would word it, but here are the facts, based on the main law governing escorting & prostitution - the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1993:

    * Soliciting — Under section 7 of the Act, it is an offence to solicit another person in a street or public place for the purposes of prostitution. That offence applies to everyone, whether male or female, prostitute or client, or third party (such as a pimp) and includes kerb crawling.

    * Loitering — Under section 8, a member of An Garda Síochána may direct a person in a street or public place to leave the vicinity if he or she has reasonable cause to suspect that the person is loitering in order to solicit or importune another person for the purposes of prostitution.

    * Living on earnings of prostitution — Under section 10, any person who knowingly lives in whole or in part on the earnings of the prostitution of another person and aids and abets that prostitution is guilty of an offence.

    * Directing prostitution — Under section 9, any person who controls or directs the activities of a prostitute in respect of prostitution, organises prostitution or compels or coerces a person to be a prostitute commits an offence.

    * Brothel keeping — It is an offence under section 11 to keep, manage or assist in the management of a brothel.

    * Advertising of brothels and prostitution — Section 23 of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act 1994 prohibits the advertising of brothels and prostitution.
    -It created the offence of publishing or distributing an advertisement which advertises a brothel or the services of a prostitute in the State or any premises or service in the State in terms, circumstances or manner which give rise to the reasonable inference that the premises is a brothel or that the service is one of prostitution.

    In summary, it is illegal to solicit for prostitution, loiter for the purposes of prostitution, organise prostitution, live off the earnings of prostitutes and advertise such activities.
    (Regarding the advertising - it applies only if done in Ireland, please note E-I is NOT a website registered in Ireland)

    In conclusion, seeing an escort by herself from is a grey legal area. Is not a legal offence

    I'm pretty sure it is not encouraged by all Garda members, but as soon as you stay away from committing all the offences above, you will be fine. In addition to that, an escort who works by herself & and for herself and does not solicit in public places, should be aware that discretion in her activities is a must, as majority of the landlords / hotel managers will not tolerate the business she is doing, in many cases a standard letting contract would specify that the tenants are not allowed to have any business activities in the premises.

    Hope that helps somehow.[/QUO
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    Quote Originally Posted by WD-40 View Post
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    They would all come around a big table and get a big sheet of paper and draw a big map of where they all are, giving adding tips and tricks and a wealth of information about each girl and place. Each officer would add his little experiences and advice, it would take over an hour, then they'd tell him good luck and "go on ya good thing ya" and with a newspaper smack on the ass, he'd be out the door and they'd resume their usual business.

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