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Chapter 2 An Examination of the Macmillan Committee Discussion, 1928 Introduction The Macmillan Committee on Street Offences first commenced on 14 October 1927 in response to public pressure, coming from both liberal and conservative divisions, against an ambience of criticism of the police in England and Wales. The terms of reference were: to consider ‘offences against the criminal law in…

Get it under scanner — legalizing prostitution in india

In India there are a number of professions which still exist and are also famous in their field. We have a tendency to not solely learn or apprehend the history in schools, however conjointly the principles of queens, kings or wars or of spiritual text were tutored and conjointly the fraternity and mankind don’t seem to be simply words that…

Police cracks down on open prostitution

Though driven underground and forced to use a variety of unorthodox disguises, prostitution remains a highly profitable market. This might come as a surprise to most citizens, who have been impressed by newspaper accounts of vice clean-ups from Jacksonville to Spokane. City after city has doused its red lights, and swept the scandalous ladies out of town. Behind this façade…

Prostitution

Introduction Basic morality is widely known as the guiding principle for our legal system, explaining why things like murder and assault are criminalized; but what about adult prostitution? Reasonably, the law argues that it is because prostitution often comes alongside dangerous activities such as drug use and violent crime, thus its heavy regulation is in the best interest of personal…

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