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Reliability Test for Operators – what has to be considered?

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The Prostitute Protection Act (ProstSchG) stipulates that everyone seeking for a permission for operating a prostitution business has to have a positive reliability test.   When does one possess the necessary “reliability“?   Requirements for being granted a certificate of reliability are that the applicant ·         has not been convicted on a criminal charge or offense during the previous five years ·         has not had his license to operate a specific prostitution site withdrawn within the previous five years ·         has not been a member of an organization considered to be “incontestably banned“ in the course of the previous decade Important: A de novo reliability test of all responsible persons at a specific prostitution business is conducted periodically, after three years at the latest (see ProstSchG, Section 15).   Which personal data is required for the reliability test? ·         identity card, passport and/or electronic residence permit where applicable ·         police clearance certificate ·         statement by the police (see ProstSchG, Section 15, paragraph 2)   Which crimes and offenses are specifically meant?   Criminal offenses against ·         sexual self-determination ·         physical integrity ·         personal freedom ·         the Residence Law ·         the employee lending law ·         the Act to Combat Clandestine Employment ·         narcotics law (in case of a prison sentence of at least two years) Convictions because of ·         extortion ·         fraud ·         money laundering ·         illicit asset concealing ·         bribery ·         withholding and misappropriating remuneration ·         falsification of documents (see ProstSchG, Section 15, paragraph 1)   All information is without guarantee and subject to change.
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