Crime reporter Education: Studied at Suffolk University, Boston, Mass. Paul Duggan has been a staff writer for The Washington Post since 1987. He specializes in crime and justice issues but also has written extensively about housing problems in Washington, particularly the impact of gentrification, and spent several years underground, figuratively speaking, writing about the city’s sprawling, often-chaotic subway system. He is a former general assignment reporter and assignment editor for The Post and was a Texas-based national correspondent for the paper, covering the South and Southwest. Honors & Awards:
Numerous Maryland-DC-Delaware Press Association and Virginia Press Association writing awards.