Michael Hames the dirty squad …never mentioned by matt quinn

 IN HIS BOOK THE DIRY SQUAD MICHAEL HAME S DEVOTES 12 PAGES TO SRA

 

                    

 

The man with the worst job in Britain’
according to the Express, Detective Superintendent Michael Hames served
in the Metropolitan Police for 32 years. His gripping book concentrates
on his years as the head of Scotland Yard’s Obscene Publications branch –
known as the Dirty Squad.
Hames was the last head of the
Dirty Squad – which dealt with pornography, particularly videos, and
increasingly became involved with the sexual abuse of children. The unit
has now been reorganised into a squad which solely investigates
paedophiles. No one in charge of the Obscene Publications Division has
ever written about their work before. Mike Hames’ book will shock and
appal some readers and it is a compelling social document as well as an
astonishing insider’s account of a fast-track police career.

 

 

 

Michael Hames

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Hames was a Detective Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police, for many years head of the Obscene Publications Branch (sometimes called the “Dirty Squad”), including being involved in Operation Spanner.[1]

He appeared in several television programmes, including the Dispatches episode “Beyond Belief” in 1992, the Brass Eye episode “Paedogeddon” in 2001, and The Dark Side of Porn episode “Does Snuff Exist?” in 2006.[2]

References

  • Hames, Michael (2000). The Dirty Squad (The Inside Story of the Obscene Publications Branch). Little, Brown. ISBN 978-0-316-85321-7.
    1. “Michael Hames”. Imdb.com. Retrieved 2008-12-01.

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