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Steve Albrecht - San Diego Police Department - Dr.
Steve Albrecht is internationally-known for his consulting
and training work in workplace violence prevention training
programs, school violence prevention, and high-risk
human resources.
Claude J. Anderson - Los Angeles County Sheriff
Department - Author of
The Training Officer and
RadioCarToons.  The cartoons in these books are
"Loosely" based on the "Firestone Station" located in
South Central, Los Angeles, California and depict the
humorous side of street patrol.
Johnny Barnes - Rochester Police Depart- ment - Johnny
Barnes sang and played guitar in all of the famous
nightclubs in greater Boston with many Rock & Roll
legends, producing and releasing a dozen records.  In
1991 Barnes became a full time police patrol officer, FBI
trained hostage negotiator, and detective.  
Michael Berish - Miami Police Department - Michael
worked as a patrolman, detective, and supervisor with the
City of Miami Police Department for twenty-two years;
thirteen of which were spent as an undercover detective in
the REAL Miami Vice.
Michael A. Black - Matteson Police Department Michael
A. Black graduated from Columbia College, Chicago in
2000 with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Fiction Writing.
He previously earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English
from Northern Illinois University.
Frank Borelli - Fairmount Heights Police Department - In
addition to his police and military service, Frank began a
writing career in 1999, finalizing (or actually just beginning)
his third dream.
James O. Born - Florida Department of Law Enforcement
- Born has taken his career in law enforcement and love of
writing and blended it into a new life as a novelist.  After
advising numerous writers and TV shows on realism, Born
spent years working on a novel of his own.  
BJ Bourg - Lafourche Parish District Attorney’s Office -
Please step inside and have a look around. You’ll find
information about my law enforcement career, my personal
life, and, obviously, my writing.
Robin Burcell - Lodi Police Department - Robin Burcell
spent nearly three decades working in law enforcement as
a police officer, hostage negotiator and a detective.  
Burcell is the award-winning author of ten novels to date.
Will Beall - Los Angeles Police Department - Will Beall is
now a homicide detective in the 77th Division of the Los
Angeles Police Department, after years as a beat cop and
an anti-gang investigator.
Wayne Beyea - New York State Police - Author Wayne E.
Beyea completed a twenty-five-year career in the New
York State Police as trooper, investigator, and senior
investigator.
Joe "Bill" Bradley - Houston Police Department - Joseph
J. Bradley is the author of four novels. His stories are fast
paced thrillers with twists and turns, endings that will leave
the reader mesmerized.
Kevin F. Branley - Cambridge Police Department - Kevin
F. Branley is the son of immigrant parents from Ireland. He
is one of five children born in the Greater Boston area
where he still resides.  He received a Bachelor’s Degree in
Criminal Justice/Police Science from Northeastern
University.
Christopher J. Carlin - Niagara County Sheriff's
Department - The author, Christopher Carlin is the Chief
Deputy of Uniformed Operations with the Niagara County
Sheriff’s Office, with more than 24 years of law
enforcement experience.
Dave Case - Chicago Police Department - Dave is a
Chicago police sergeant and author of
Out of Cabrini, A
Macbeth novel.
Victor Cass - Pasadena Police Department - Victor has
worked as an advertising art director in New York, and is a
decorated, 20-year veteran police officer.
Richard James Carlson - San Diego Police Department -
I joined the San Diego Police Department July 11, 1969
and I am still working there. I am assigned to the Special
Investigations Unit and part of a Federal Task Force, The
Violent Crimes Task Force.
Barry M. Baker - Baltimore Police Department - You're
already here.  Author of
Becoming a Police Officer: An
Insider's Guide to a Career in Law Enforcement
and this
website, CareerPoliceOfficer.com.
Loren W. Christensen - Portland Police Bureau - Loren
W. Christensen is a Vietnam veteran, retired police officer,
a martial artist since 1965, and a prolific author of books
and magazine articles.  As a writer, Loren has penned over
45 books and dozens of magazine articles on a variety of
subjects.
Police Authors
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Kathy "Kat" Albrecht - UC Santa Cruz Police Department
- Kathy "Kat" Albrecht is a former police bloodhound
handler, crime scene investigator, search and rescue
manager, and police officer turned investigative pet
detective.
Linda Teigland Clark - Santa Clara County Sheriff's
Office - Linda is the author of
THE SMALL WINDOW, a
work of historic fiction appealing to both young adult and
mature adult readers.
Lowen Clausen - Seattle Police Department - Lowen was
a Seattle Police Officer for thirteen years before leaving
the department and becoming a business owner in the
Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. His experiences on the
police department and his on-going ties to the Ballard
community are reflected in his first three novels.
Robert Cornuke - Costa Mesa Police Department - Bob
Cornuke--a former police investigator and SWAT team
member--is a biblical investigator, international explorer
and author of nine books. He has participated in over fifty
expeditions around the world searching for lost locations
described in the Bible.
Sarah Cortez - Houston Police Department - Sarah is a
19 year police veteran.  She is currently a poet, editor,
teacher and speaker.  Her latest book is
Cold Blue Steel.
Bob Delaney - New Jersey State Police - Bob Delaney’s
riveting life story has been told by HBO's Real Sports,
ESPN and ABC, in dozens of newspaper and magazine
articles throughout the United States and Europe and now
in his critically acclaimed book,
Covert: My Years
Infiltrating the Mob
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