Police wants to fingerprint Strippers

Fingerprint Strippers


Ontario Canada may become the first in the country required to be fingerprint Strippers for their jobs if a controversial proposal is approved by Niagara Regional Police. Strippers in London; Andrea from Sophisticats


The police service, which licenses more than a dozen professions in the municipalities of Niagara Falls, Thorold, Welland and St. Catharine’s, Ont., has been considering the plan for several years as a response to increasing rates of identify theft. Strippers work in the US


If implemented, mandatory fingerprinting would be enforced for all current regional licensed professions, including strip club owners, tow truck, limousine, shuttle bus and cab drivers. It also would apply to those who own wrecking yards.


Police say the fingerprints would allow them another way to easily verify the validity of these business licences, which already include personal information and photographs. We are a group working to improve strippers employment conditions

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