The bill was introduced on 21 September , and placed in the ballot box, being drawn as number 3 and debated on 8 November as Bill All orders are shipped discreetly in plain packaging. Other objections are local exemptions to national ambit legislation, and criticism from law enforcement and social service agencies that provide front-line health and social services to street sex workers. Half an hour later the people came back and tried to run her over again While it had a niche market, she wished them well but acknowledged some locals would be anti the idea. It is clear, when reading the Act, the Prostitution Reform Act did not decriminalise violence, and the Police take action about violence when sex workers make complaints c. The Prostitution Reform Act reads as follows: No person may cause, assist, facilitate, or encourage a person under 18 years of age to provide commercial sexual services to any person. While working for the company, they often talked about owning their own store. Together with studies by the Crime and Justice Research Centre at Victoria University     provided the Prostitution Law Review Committee with the evidence based facts that it required to reach a conclusion about the effect of the Prostitution Reform Act on sex workers. Young people under 18 were still classed as offenders after this came into force, until the passage of the Prostitution Reform Act An impassioned speech to parliament by Georgina Beyer , a transsexual and former sex worker, was believed by many observers to have persuaded several wavering MPs, possibly including Mr Choudhary, to change their votes at the last minute. Use your common sense too and look after yourself and your friends. Despite these claims, police have continued to bring prosecutions for underage prostitution against the brothels despite relaxed oversight. No person may contract for commercial sexual services from, or be client of, person under 18 years 1 No person may enter into a contract or other arrangement under which a person under 18 years of age is to provide commercial sexual services to or for that person or another person. The Committee considers that the research undertaken by the CSOM conclusively refutes an increase of this magnitude, with the figures estimating the number of Auckland street-based sex workers at ".