Exploring available knowledge and evidence on prostitution in Scotland via practitioner-based interviews
Exploration of available knowledge and evidence on the scale and nature of prostitution in Scotland based on practitioner-based interviews.
This report sets out findings from research conducted by Justice Analytical Services within the Scottish Government to explore and collate existing evidence and knowledge on the scale and nature of prostitution in Scotland, focussing predominantly, though not exclusively, on women involved in prostitution. The scope of the project was to gather evidence and informed views from a range of professionals who have knowledge and expertise in dealing with prostitution.
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