Honolulu Cop: Reflections on a Career with HPD

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Bess Press, 2002 - Social Science - 256 pages
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Taking the reader for a wild ride, former HPD officer Gary Dias shares 39 true stories about "the toughest, dirtiest, most satisfying job in town."
 

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Contents

On Entering the Police Profession
1
Recruit School
4
Fourth Watch
13
Am a Boy
19
Waikiki on Foot
24
Rookie Ridealong
29
Receiving Desk
34
Motorized at Last
41
Kawaiahao Church and Mission Houses
125
Kakaako Sniper
134
Discretion
145
Time to Change Assignment
150
BurglaryTheft Detail
157
Internal Affairs
163
One Bad Ass
170
Dispatch
174

Whose Fire Is It Anyway?
46
In the Dark
50
Codes and Cop Speak
55
Kionaole Road
62
A Good Laugh
71
When Officers Need Help
77
An Umbrella and a Stolen Car
81
Promotion
89
Wheels Again
94
Image Is Everything
100
Sector Seven
107
Simply Norman
114
Women in Law Enforcement
120
Back to CID
178
Hostage Negotiations
185
Homicide
190
Homicide Part 2
200
The Media
210
Prosecutors and Courts
215
Scientific Investigation Section
220
On Being a Major
225
Integrity
232
There Is Life After Police Work
237
In the Line of Duty
241
Copyright

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