Genevan law on prostitution and implementing regulation

In Geneva, the Genevan law relating to prostitution (LProst) and its accompanying regulation (RProst) define the legal framework governing the practice of sex work and the operation of organised premises (brothels) and escort agencies.

Among the provisions of this law are compulsory registration with the BTPI (Brigade contre la traite et la prostitution illicite – police department combating trafficking and illegal prostitution) and mandatory awareness training for anyone who wishes to carry out sex work.[1]


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