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At the time he said if such rules had been in place there never would have been a Fitzgerald Inquiry, which had detailed the link between illegal prostitution and organised crime.
The new law established the Prostitution Licensing Authority to oversee the sex industry.
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Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart said any initiatives that assisted officers on the front line would be welcomed."Our priority is keeping Queenslanders of all ages safe, but it is particularly important that we focus on the most vulnerable in our community, our children," Mr Stewart said.
But almost 10 years since the Prostitution Act was passed, a major study has found the laws are failing.
Researchers from the University of Queensland spent a year examining the industry and found only 10 per cent of the industry is regulated."We have in Queensland currently 25 legal brothels that operate throughout the state," said Associate Professor Andreas Schloenhardt."They are tightly controlled through the Prostitution Act and we have the Prostitution Licensing Authority monitoring their every move."We know pretty well what's going on in those brothels."They are operated very safely, but the main criticism that has emerged over the past 10 years is that only a very small slice of prostitution actually takes place in those legal brothels."Professor Schloenhardt says the Crime and Misconduct Commission has suggested about 90 per cent of prostitution offered in Queensland takes place outside the legal brothels.
Convicted paedophiles could have their computers searched and be forced to hand over passwords if police suspect an offence has occurred, under new laws passed by the Queensland Parliament.
The laws, designed to stop some forms of child abuse before it occurs, gives police increased powers and has the backing of Bruce and Denise Morcombe, whose 13-year-old son Daniel was abducted and murdered in 2003.