Background: Police investigation of men arrested for downloading indecent images of children is costly and resource intensive.
Results: Low risk was confirmed in only 8 individuals (26%).
SWOP-USA’s full mission statement can be found here. Our goals include: creating alliances with human-service organizations to provide resources for sex workers, to destigmitize sex workers and the industry while advocating for positive attitudes towards sex workers and their contributions to society, to educate about harm reduction, and to increase awareness of the harm to sex workers and their communities caused by current well-meaning laws and policies.
SWOP-Seattle is composed of people who share the desire to extinguish harmful social stigma held against sex workers, and laws that foster intolerance.
The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP-USA) is a national social justice network of organizations dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy.
SWOP-Seattle is the chapter of SWOP-USA based in Seattle, Washington.