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Join Mark for the latest current affairs, wrapping the major stories of each day. This is a transcript from PM. Not sure what this is? Find out more. But the head of Queensland's Prostitution Licensing Authority, Bill Carter QC, says using law enforcement to target the streetwalkers is not the answer. He's advocating the establishment of so-called "safety zones" in areas where prostitutes work.
In Brisbane, Louise Willis. Bond University criminologist, Professor Paul Wilson believes colleagues of the women probably know who's responsible. Whether they come forward to the authorities remains to be seen though. It's very hard to say whether we have a serial offender on the loose, or whether we have more than one offender. What I do know for sure is that the latest attacks are not going to be the last. Some of the attacks show that there is an offender, if not offenders, out there who will strike and strike again.
Certainly it's been the only sensible solution which has been made to the problem that I'm aware of. As much as we might find it repugnant, for them it is a matter of compulsion, and I see it as an absolutely urgent need for our community to recognise that and for those who lead us to do something about it.
He denies that a lack of political courage is the reason for his objection. I mean what happens? You have that little zone, then what happens at the two or three streets outside? You end up with the same problem. It does not solve this problem.
Who's going to monitor them? We have police now who are, who've got a monitoring program to protect people in the community, who crackdown on street walking.