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The Alaska bills were introduced through the efforts of sex worker activists, who well know that in every place where sex work is criminalized or even semi-criminalized (and that includes all 50 American states) police and/or their paid informants routinely take sexual liberties ranging from groping to full intercourse with women they're "investigating." Sometimes they claim this is necessary for "gathering evidence" or (as in the Anchorage excuse above) part of the process of arresting the sex workers.

Other times the activity somehow doesn't make it into police reports at all. ) This is exactly why Alaskan activists want the contact prohibited.

This month the fight is in Alaska, where the Anchorage Police Department is opposing two bills that would criminalize "sexual contact" with suspected sex workers.

House Bill 112 states, in part, "An offender commits the crime of sexual assault in the third degree if the offender...while acting as a peace officer in the state, engages in sexual penetration with a person with reckless disregard that the person is..victim, witness, or perpetrator of a crime under investigation by the offender." Deputy Chief Sean Case told the that the freedom to engage in sexual behavior with people under investigation is vital to doing police work.

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