When I first started working as a travel agent in Dubai and was approached to run a company catering to Dubai Escorting, my initial thoughts were, “How dare they?”
It’s not uncommon for Dubai escorts to work at least two jobs, as they must work on weekends and take advantage of the holiday break during the summer.
Dubai Escors are often hired by families of wealthy expatriates who live in the UAE and who wish to use them for the purposes of sex work.
I had no idea that I would become so entangled in Dubai EscORT’s business, or that I was eventually the target of a sting operation in which a UAE-based travel agency had sent a man to the UAE for the purpose of kidnapping, torture, and sexual exploitation.
Dubai escorts can work for as little as $20 an hour and are highly coveted for their services in Dubai.
The Dubai Escorted website claims to have been created “to bring you the finest in Dubai escort services and provide the best prices in the industry.”
Dubai EscORTS advertises the company as a luxury travel agency, which means that they can be hired for as much as $2,000 per hour, and are able to cover the costs of hotels and transportation, as well as catering and travel costs.
This is a huge sum of money for someone working the night shift, who is often forced to stay at home and make ends meet on their own.
Dubaisian Escorts have become an easy target for the law enforcement community.
I was contacted by a number of police officers and detectives who were interested in speaking with me about my work.
The first person I spoke to was a police officer who was concerned that I might have been “sexually exploiting” clients in Dubai in order to earn a profit for his department.
I also spoke with an Emirati businessman who was also worried that I may be making money by trafficking women.
In the end, I was able to establish that the Dubai Escorter was not exploiting clients in any way, and that they were not the source of my income.
The police were concerned that this could put their officers and clients at risk.
In fact, Dubai Escorters have become a frequent target of the UAE Police’s Sexual Exploitation Unit.
The Dubai Police’s sexual exploitation unit, or SUGU, is the largest sex crime unit in the country.
SUGUs focus on investigating sex crimes committed in the hotels, clubs, and other places frequented by the UAE’s wealthy.
The UAE Police also works with other law enforcement agencies to investigate alleged human trafficking.
The SUGA works with the Dubai Police to investigate and prosecute Dubai Escortion agents who are involved in the sexual exploitation of women and girls.
Dubay Police Department told me that Dubai Escapers are “agents of the Government” and “have been identified and arrested” for sexual exploitation charges.
The Police department claims that I have been convicted of “soliciting” women for sexual services and for “trafficking” them into Dubai.
They have charged me with “obstructing a police investigation” and have threatened to prosecute me for “sabotaging” the Dubai escorting business.
The law enforcement officials who contacted me also said that Dubai escort agents are often victims of human trafficking and are often forced into prostitution.
Dubae Police department also claimed that Dubai agents “trapped women in hotels, nightclubs, or other places where prostitution is prevalent” and that I “facilitated their prostitution” and made money from it.
I did not see anything in Dubai’s law to support this claim.
In addition to the Dubai police department, Dubai Police has also worked with the United States State Department’s State Department Special Protocol and Trafficking Victims Protection Office to investigate Dubai Escourcers.
The U.S. Department of State’s Office of the Inspector General (IIG) has also been investigating Dubai Escouring.
Dubaida Escorts is a highly popular agency, with more than 1,000 customers.
As a result, Dubai escorters are often treated with suspicion by the Dubai government.
The government has not only issued a series of vague and contradictory statements regarding Dubai Escours work, but it has also issued “strict” and often discriminatory policies against Dubai escors.
One of the most troubling policies, issued in January of 2016, prohibits Dubai Escouters from using the name “Dubai” in any official capacity.
According to the policy, “Dubay Escorts are prohibited from using any name, slogan, or slogan or logo or name of any kind, whether printed or spoken, or any other mark, design, color, or emblem which could indicate affiliation with Dubai.”
This policy was signed by President Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in 2015.
The policy also states that, “it is prohibited to use the name of Dubai or the name ‘Dubai’ in any promotional material, advertising or publicity