Hawaii Legislators Say Cops Can Get Handjobs And Blowjobs From Hookers, But No Sex

Hawaii Legislators Say Cops Can Get Handjobs And Blowjobs From Hookers, But No Sex
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Last week, Hawaii police appealed to maintain a law that allows undercover officers to have sex with prostitutes, an exemption that was challenged due to the room it leaves for abuse.

Leading the effort to have the exemption removed is Senator Clayton Hee, who met with representatives from the Honolulu Police Department last Tuesday.

The two sides were able to reach a compromise, KHON-2 reports, one that will change the language of the law to forbid only sexual intercourse during investigations.

“HPD agrees that the sexual penetration language in the law that they are exempt from should no longer be an exemption for police officers,” Sen. Hee told KHON-2.

So penetration is out of the question, but what about foreplay and other types of sexual activity?

“There are other parts of the exemption that will remain and that includes sexual contact,” Sen. Hee said.

We can only assume that this means, while sexual intercourse won’t be tolerated, anything else (touching, oral) is just fine.

“Some people might think sexual contact might include touching some areas of the body that shouldn’t be touched. What would you say to that?” KHON-2 asked Honolulu Police Major Jerry Inouye.

“We have strict policy,” Maj. Inouye replied.

“Although we can’t go into what it does and does not allow, the goal is for us to conduct an efficient investigation where we can get a successful prosecution without unduly violating anybody’s personal privacy.”

A big reason the police wanted the decades-old exemption maintained is the idea that the act of sex is the only way to make this type of worker think they aren’t cops but paying customers.

The compromise appears to say that they don’t have to go that far to seem legit but it does not eliminate the possibility of abuse, one of the key arguments against the case.

Consider this a huge victory for Hawaii police, who can still get handjobs and blowjobs from professionals and not lose their jobs.

via KHON-2

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