Published on Impolite Conversation – 8 July 2013
“Not making the hate crime approach the national standard for people in prostitution is a hate crime in itself while women are being beaten, raped and murdered as the state looks the other way… If a particular policing approach was known to be achieving a 67% conviction rate for those who rape people in society in general, and yet it was only being used in one part of the country, there would be public uproar…” Read the full article on Impolite Conversation here.
- Rt Hon Mrs Theresa May MP: Make the Merseyside hate crime model of policing prostitution law UK wide
- Merseyside Model Campaign Interviews
- Cry for the Merseyside Model: Crimes Against People in Prostitution/Sex Workers Must Be Treated As Hate Crimes UK Wide
- BBC1 Inside Out: The Merseyside Hate Crime Model of Policing Prostitution
- My most in depth article arguing for the Merseyside model to be made UK wide – The F-Word
- The Merseyside Model Saves Lives – so why is it not being rolled out nationally?
- Staying Safe: The Merseyside Model – Ruth Jacobs interviewed on Policing Today (Part 1)
- Victim-centred: The Merseyside Model – Ruth Jacobs interviewed on Policing Today (Part 2)
- International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers – 17th December