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.


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Dundee Community Planning Partnership (2013) 'Street Prostitution Policy Statement' footnote 46

Edinburgh Council Public Entertainment Consultation (2013) ' NHS Lothian Comments'

Health, Social Care and Housing Committee (2015) 'Sex work in Edinburgh - A harm reduction framework - Year one progress report'

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Scottish Executive (2004) Being Outside: Constructing a Response to Street Prostitution, report of the expert group on prostitution in Scotland.

Scottish Government (2015) Recorded Crime in Scotland http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/09/5338/318201


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