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N.Y.P.D. True: The Decay of the Big Apple's Police Department
by Keith Singer
Binding: Paperback, 168 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Weight: 0.55 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 9 x W: 0.5 inches
ISBN 10: 1420852140
ISBN 13: 9781420852141
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'N.Y.P.D. True: The Decay of the Big Apple's Police Department' is not a book praising the New York City Police Department and how adventurous it is to be a NYPD cop. In fact, information written in this book are things that many newspapers, ranking members of the Department and regular police officers would not talk about in a public forum for fear of the repercussions that would face them. However, it is a book about the truth and the inner workings of 'the job'. It is a book about the chaos and disorder that REAL COPS who work for this bureaucracy have to face everyday. It is a tribute to those who have been wronged and their families who stuck by them when the Department wouldn't. This book is authentic. It shows the realities of the NYPD by one of it's own in a unique fashion. It's not about specific cases, but rather the NYPD and its injustices as a whole. It is truthful and raw and will offer the reader an accurate glimpse into the everyday operations within the NYPD. For young people who are thinking about making a career with the NYPD, this is a must read! You will extract information from these pages that you will not hear on the radio, television or NYPD recruitment promos. It is the NYPD's dark and dirty secrets they withhold from the general public by Nazi like tactics and Byzantine, outdated rules of the NYPD's Patrol Guide. To the skeptics who don't believe the truthfulness and veracity of such information as presented in this book, I tell them this: next time you see a REAL New York City police officer, ask them if what I say is true. If you are speaking to a REAL cop, their reply will undeniably be '100 true'.

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