Press Kit for HB 112/SB 73

Support Documents for HB 112 on the AKleg website

Expanding Protections for Victims of Sexual Assault: A Report in Support of HB 112

Statewide Voter Survey Results: 90% of Alaskans want police officer contact with those they are investigating to be illegal

Care2 Petition: 70k People Ask Alaska Legislators to Make it Illegal for Police to Have Sex with Sex Workers Before Arresting Them

Department of Law:
Sexual Conduct Does Not Occur

Police Standards Commissioner: Officers who had sexual contact would be decertified

Charging documents in which prosecutors allege that sexual contact and/or penetration did occur

Anchorage Police Department: We need to keep having sexual contact during prostitution stings because of cop checking

Charging documents where women have been convicted of prostitution for *asking* for cop checking without the police following through with sexual contact

APD Sgt Kathy Lacey: “There have been incidents of sexual misconduct by police officers, without a doubt… That is just going to happen.”

Alaska Court of Appeals: Anchorage PD did not violate prostitute’s constitutional rights by getting a hand job from her before arresting her

Alaska Supreme Court: Officer who had sex with domestic violence victim after arresting her husband should not have been fired

APD Detective Eric Frank Feitchinger: Using Eagle Scout volunteers to make BDSM themed child pornography to gain entrance to child pornography ring was standard investigative process and did not violate policy

Victim’s stories:

Groped During a Prostitution Sting

Rachel’s Story

Michelle: Police Officer Coerces Sex from 16-year-old

Alaska State Troopers Sting Sex Trafficking Victim:

Alaska State Troopers Sting Sex Trafficking Victim

HB 112 Sponsor Representative Matt Claman: 907-269-0130
SB 73 Sponsor Senator Berta Gardner: 907-269-0174
CUSP’s Maxine Doogan: 415-265-3302
CUSP’s Terra Burns: 907-378-8909
Anchorage Police Department Inspection Division Commander, Captain Sean Case: 907-786-8747
Assistant Attorney General Kaci Schroeder: 907-269-5100


KTVA: Sex Workers Seek Protection

Proposed legislation to criminalize police sexual contact with sex workers during investigations