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Selling sex is legal in England and Wales, but many of the activities surrounding the exchange of sex for money or other goods are criminal offences. 

Release has produced a series of guides for those involved in the sex industry as well as agencies and professionals who work to support them. 

Guides:
“Sex Workers and the Law” outlines: the criminal offences related to sex working and the buying of sexual services; offences specific to premises used for sex working; the law around anti social behaviour orders; dealing with the police and the criminal justice system more generally; criminal records; trafficking offences; advice on tax and the rules around non British sex workers. Sex Workers and the Law Booklet

Sex Workers’ Rights: Indoor Working
This card contains a summary of some of the main offences involved in indoor sex work, and your rights when dealing with the police. Sex Workers Rights Indoor Card 
 
Sex Workers’ Rights: Outdoor Working
This card contains a summary of some of the main offences involved in outdoor sex work, and your rights when dealing with the police. Sex Workers Rights Outdoor Card