PSWA Topic, The Prostitution Culture


Joseph B. Haggerty Sr.’s presentation is about the different types of prostitution, how pimps work, the pimp law and the best ways to investigate them.

Joseph B. Haggerty Sr. was a Metropolitan Police Officer in Washington, D.C. for 35 years.  From 1973 until 1996, he worked as a vice detective, primarily doing prostitution cases.   He also worked with the homicide squad and homicide detectives from Arlington and the Virginia State Police in a series of homicides that took place in 1989-90.  He was the co-founder of a grassroots organization initially dedicated to rescuing kids from the prostitution streets and was chosen by Children of the Night in California as one of the top ten police officers in the country in rescuing child victims of prostitution from the street.  He retired last year. His novel Shame: The Story of a Pimp  tells the story of a pimp from birth to death

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