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With almost ninety trafficked women selling sex in Galway, local politicians are asked to support new law
The Immigrant Council of Ireland is urging Galway TDs and senators to show their support for the publication of the heads of the Criminal Law [Sexual Offences] Bill 2014 which proposes wide ranging reforms of the current law.
There are a number of undercover and surveillance operations being carried out by gardai in relation to two suspected brothels and organised prostitution taking place in the city.
A court has ordered a Hungarian woman living in Galway convicted of organising prostitution to leave the country or go to jail.
Rape Crisis Network Ireland has warned against complacency as crimes such as organised prostitution, human trafficking, brothel-keeping, and other related sexual violence against women are happening in communities, both rural and urban, throughout the country.
A man serving a sentence in the UK for controlling prostitution and money laundering has been ordered to pay €2.2m or face another 10 years in prison.
A 49-year-old man serving a sentence in the UK for controlling prostitution and money laundering has been ordered to pay €2.2m or face another ten years in prison.
Difficult financial circumstances led to a married mother of five luring a drunken male down an alleyway and soliciting herself for prostitution, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A young Nigerian girl, who is believed by gardaí to have been trafficked into the country and forced into prostitution, has been taken into the care of the Health Service Executive. This decision is a major step forward for the gardaí, in their attempts to quash Kilkenny’s sordid sex industry.
Eight of the 10 people arrested last week following raids on brothels across the country have been released without charge, while two people have been charged in connection with the investigation.