Regulating adult entertainment: A review of the live adult entertainment industry in Queensland
Jeffries, Samantha, Lynch, Mark, Moss, Derran, & Jago, Jacqueline (2004) Regulating adult entertainment: A review of the live adult entertainment industry in Queensland. Crime and Misconduct Commission.
In 1999 the Queensland Government established a new regulatory framework for live adult entertainment, and in late 2003 the CMC was asked to evaluate this framework. CMC researchers visited a range of sites, interviewed key people in the industry, and consulted with relevant government and non-government stakeholders. This evaluation shows that the current regulatory system works well, but should be strengthened and extended. Full regulation will minimise opportunities to exploit minors, reduce negative impacts on the community and deter organised crime.
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|Deposited On:||16 Jul 2007 00:00|
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