The Municipality of Utrecht believes that it is important for prostitutes to work in a safe and healthy environment. The municipal authority focuses in particular on preventing forced prostitution and maintaining public order. The Zandpad zone is therefore well lit and equipped with surveillance cameras. In addition, a community police officer regularly patrols along Europalaan to ensure that everything is in order. This website contains the rules for working as a prostitute in Utrecht, as well as information about health, safety and support services.
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Utrecht City Council starts registration prostitutes
It's official: from the 1st of October 2011 only prostitutes with a registration are allowed to rent a place to work at the 'Zandpad' and the 'Hardebollenstraat' in the city of Utrecht. From this day onwards registration is compulsory. The City Council of Utrecht will check if everybody follows this new local law. The Municipal Health Service is responsible for the registration. You can call the Municipal Health Service via telephone number 030 - 286 32 62. You will receive more information about the registration and you can make an appointment. The Municipal Health Service will also inform you which papers to bring with you.
Emergency services number 112 Human Trafficking Unit (Unit Mensenhandel) (police) 0900 - 8844
Utrecht Human Trafficking Victims Coordinator
(Coördinator Slachtoffers Mensenhandel Utrecht)
Every GG&GD municipal health service facility in the Netherlands offers free and anonymous STD screenings and hepatitis B vaccinations.
ContactgegevensIf you have questions of need advice about the information on this website, you can get in touch with the employees of GG&GD.
030 - 286 32 52
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