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Undercover Police In Hawaii Fight For Right To Have Xes With Prostitutes During Investigations

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Police in Hawaii are fighting to keep a law that allows undercover vice cops to have sex with prostitutes during investigations.

Lawmakers in the archipelago state are in the process of rewriting its outdated prostitution legislation, including introducing harsher penalties for those who buy and profit from sex. But the Honolulu Police Department has argued that to scrap the so-called “sex exemption” for its officers would hinder their work, encouraging prostitutes to “cop check” their clients by demanding they have sex before payment.

Police said the exemption is crucial to catch suspects in the act, but its critics – including law enforcement professionals from other states – have said the law is not only unnecessary, but also further victimises vulnerable sex workers. Lawmakers in Honolulu began debating the new law last month, and representatives in the state House voted to retain the police sex exemption. On Friday, however, the Hawaii Senate Judiciary Committee said it intended to remove the measure. The committee’s Democratic chairman, Clayton Hee, said the exemption was “nonsensical”.

Cops don't want to lose a perk of the job. I wonder what the partners think?

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Cops don't want to lose a perk of the job. I wonder what the partners think?

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