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Lucie Duvall on Being a Woman in a Male-Dominated Police Force

Lieutenant Duvall is the founder of Cleveland's landmark sex crimes unit. She was one of the first woman street cops in the city, and one of the first women in the country to head a vice squad. A new biography has just been written about her, called "Working Vice."


Other segments from the episode on July 30, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, July 30, 1992: Interview with Lucie Duvall; Interview with William Kittredge; Review of Vaclav Havel's book "Summer Meditations."


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