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Pure Cop
Connie Fletcher
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Pure Cop

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The author of What Cops Know ventures into the largely unexplored territory known only to law enforcement's highly specialized units--Bomb and Arson, Hostage and Terrorist, Major Accident Investigation, Crime Scene Investigation, and Prostitution--to present a fascinating oral history that places the cops themselves center stage as they relate cases, anecdotes, and finding ...more
Published November 15th 1992 by St. Martin's Press (first published 1991)
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Miramira Endevall
The first book, What Cops Know, still fascinates me. However, this book is really quite dated, in that technology has moved on significantly since the 80's, and most of their 'worst fears' have been far surpassed. Yay us? :-(
Essentially a series of very short anecdotes about being a cop. A quick read. Surprisingly, the section on traffic accidents is the most interesting.
The only problem with this book is that there's a lot of bad language.
One of my favorite books!
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