|Herr007 wrote: |
Do you know about any cases with this how court have ruled with escorts involved?H
Sorry for answering instead of Monica. I also look forward to hear her respond.
I read in a local newspaper a few years ago, that police actively contacted landlords who rented apartments to escorts. They were told to kick out the escorts, or get prosecuted for pimping. This was information given to the newspaper, fr om both police and landlords.
I also remember having read in a newspaper about a landlord who were convicted of pimping in court. He also were convicted of buying sex, because he was paid this way. That had probably something to do in this case😏
I believe police in different parts of Norway don't treat these offences the same way. In Oslo police normally have too much to do, to prioritize these cases. In more 'peaceful' parts of the country, they have the capacity to do so. This can be the reason why the police in a part of the country with a tenth of the population, have half of the cases of buying sex. The better resources police have, the more they will prosecute these, and other types of minor offences. This is in my opinion a good reason to lim it their resources.