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While most at the meeting spoke in favour of the closures, others said they had only moved the street sex workers a few blocks down the road. The meeting was organised by Bligh MP Clover Moore, who has started a petition calling for effective, long-term solutions for street prostitution in residential areas, and called on Premier Bob Carr to support a whole-of-government approach to fixing problems between residents and sex industry workers.
East Sydney brothel owner Eve Cook said while the sex industry agreed with street prostitution taking place in legal areas, many of the prostitutes did not want to work on William St because of its high visibility. Cook, who also works for the Sex Workers Outreach Project, said she had not heard of any residents facing homophobic abuse from the street sex workers or their clients.
In the past three months, it has been used by Sydney Church of England Girls Grammar School parents to pick up and drop off students. The three-month trial was due to end this week but a South Sydney Council spokesperson said the barriers would stay in place until Council debated the issue in early August. The meeting also touched on policing in the Kings Cross Local Area Command and the use of sniffer dogs in random drug searches. Responding to criticism from members of the audience that drug detection dogs were only targeting small-time drug users, Supt Darcy said the dog patrols were picking up one to three suppliers every time they were used.
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