This page is about our law enforcement policies. If you are a sex worker interested in engaging with the PSNI Sex Work Liaison Officers (SWLOs) in Northern Ireland please see our Support section.
We are committed to cooperating with police with the consent of our members.
We do not share any information about our members with law enforcement. The only exception to this is where a member of ours explicitly asks us to give their contact details to police because they’d like to be connected with police by us.
We are willing to share warnings and appeals for information from law enforcement with our members.
We can also share some information about persons reported to Ugly Mugs Ireland with law enforcement, where our members consent to this, and not in a way that could identify our members.
Some sex workers want to be able to make anonymous reports to police via us. Other sex workers do not want to do this. We always respect the wishes of our members.
We invite police officers to contact us with any enquiries.
UK law enforcement only can also send secure email to us via CJSM (safeiq).
An Garda Síochána
As of March 2022, we are no longer working with the Garda National Protective Services Bureau (GNPSB) re sex work or sex trafficking, as we don't feel any good could come from doing so. We will continue to publicly question An Garda Síochána policy on sex work and sex trafficking.