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The Guardian has been running stories on this issue for some time but until now have not been able to nail down any specific cases. We have prostitutrs the same stories here and our reporters Tom Davis and Gavin Box spoke to several in the industry who confirmed this was a growing trend.
The increase in sex services advertisements in this newspaper are just one indicator of the growth of the trade in Geraldton, let alone the growth in marketing such services online. Chief concerns are the inherent risk of a spread of sexually transmitted disease. Equally as abhorrent is that there are possibly people in our community using innocent young girls from China, Vietnam, Korea and Thailand for sex services in a master-slave situation.
This should not be happening in a modern culture like Australia and more importantly in a small city like Geraldton. There is a case here for the Federal Police, Immigration and Geraldton police to work together but from our own investigations it appears there is little co-operation, at least none they are prepared to make public, or perhaps the problem needs to get bigger before the budget for more officers or inter-agency co-operation can be ed off.
Where there is numbsrs supply will surely follow. As our population grows, particularly with single men in the mining industry earning ificant cash, there will be growth in demand for these services.
Story continues Senior sergeant Tony Longhorn said police were alerted to a unit in Mount Tarcoola after concerns from residents. He said the woman ran off when officers rang through her details to be checked by the Department of Immigration.
Sgt Longhorn said police received several calls each month from residents concerned about prostitution houses in their area. He said police were obligated to follow up concerns with visits to properties and check passports.
Growing fears about trafficking in the sex industry has prompted the Australian Federal Police to launch an operation across WA. The AFP human trafficking teams plan to co-ordinate beraldton sessions for police in Perth, Port Hedland, Karratha and Kalgoorlie next month to increase awareness of the crime.