Reflections From The Shield
In 1962, the author embarked on a career with the New York State Police that would span a quarter century. More than just a career, it was a 25 year labor of love and personal sacrifice. A roller coaster ride of challenge, adventure, excitement, exhilaration, danger, fear, anger, sadness, happiness, joy, chastisement, and reward. Readers of Reflections From The Shield will experience a wide range of emotions as they visit true events portraying humor, sadness, and horrific crime. They will learn of a criminal justice system in disarray and learn how New York State downplayed corruption in one of its largest state agencies.
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