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Law reform campaign is under way, with SWOP NT and the sex worker reference group actively consulting and advocating for the current unjust laws to be removed- and for NT to adopt a decriminalised model of sex work regulation. On the 18th of September, , the Sex Industry Bill was presented and read for the first time. You can find the Info Kit here : 'by clicking here'.
The Prostitution Act applies to private workers even though they are not required to be registered with the police or licensed through the Licensing Commission. Within the legislation everyone is considered as an escort business, however you only need to apply for a licence if you want to work with or employ other people.
The laws in the N. T stipulate that private workers are able to operate as long as they do not arrange or organise the service from the same place as where the service is provided. To be compliant with the law, Private Workers must arrange jobs for themselves and no-one else; Private Workers are not allowed to work with anyone else.
This includes other sex workers, a driver or a receptionist. If you want to operate outside these restrictions but still within the law, you can consider registering as an escort agency. Street work and soliciting is illegal.
It is an offence to stand in a public place in order to get work whether it is for money or other payments. This is how the Licensing Commission regulates the industry. The Licensing Commission can place conditions or restrictions on the licences.