John Eterno - New York City Police Department - John A.
Eterno, Ph.D, is chairperson and associate dean of
graduate studioes in criminal justice at Malloy College. He
is a retired Captain from the NYPD. Dr. Eterno is managing
editor of Police Practice and Research: An International
Journal. His books include
Policing with the Law: A Case
Study of the New York City Police Department
Police Practices in Global Perspecitve (with Dilip Das)
(Rowan & LIttlefield).
Robert Fasone - New York City Police Department -
Robert worked as a cop in Manhattan South; primarily in
the 1st and 9th Precincts.  His debut novel was
A Chase
After Wind
, which was then followed by Bread Upon the
Bob Faulkner - Los Angeles Police Department - Author
Buffalo Rock, Bob now lives in Montana where he
enjoys fishing, skeet shooting and the quiet time to pursue
his passion with the pen. He is presently working on a
screen play and another novel.
Dale Ford - Midwest City Police Department - Author of
Inconceivable Danger, Dale worked as an Investigator and
undercover officer during his police career and shares his
experiences in dealing with some of the most dangerous
people in the Oklahoma drug world.
James A. Forrest - Sarasota County Sheriff's Office - I
joined the Sheriff's Office in 1994 as a Corrections Officer.
It wasn't the detective job I always dreamed of, but I figured
it was a foot in the door. After three years I got my chance
to go to patrol and on the path of detective, but I was also
looking at a promotion if I stayed. Almost 19 years later
and I'm still in corrections and worked my way up to the
rank of lieutenant.
Raymond E. Foster - Los Angeles Police Department -
This is just one of Raymond's presence on line.  Also
check out Raymond's site at
John Foxjohn - Houston Police Department - John has
published books in six different genres.  John spent ten
years as a police officer and homicide detective.
Police Authors
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Rod Englert - Multnomah County Sheriff's Office - Chief
Deputy (Retired) Rod Englert, a 48-year veteran of law
enforcement, retired as Commander of the Operations
Division, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office in Portland,
Oregon, in 1995. He started his career with the Downey,
California Police Department after graduating from the Los
Angeles Police Academy.  Chief Deputy Englert has
Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene
Connie Dial - Los Angeles Police Department - Connie's
work reflects not only the 27 years she spent in the Los
Angeles Police Department, but her life before the LAPD
as a journalist and editor. Her novels provide a rare look
into one of the nation’s most controversial police
departments. Since her retirement from police department,
she has produced a variety of work including young adult
novels, short stories and several works for the theater.
Ron Delord - Mesquite Police Department - Ron DeLord
is recognized as one of the leading police union contract
negotiators in Texas; an expert on police unions in US,
Canada and Australia; author and lecturer on police union
leadership, power, organization, media and political action
in all three countries; and historian for various police
Richard Bo Dietl - New York Police Department - Richard
Bo Dietl was a New York City Police Officer and Detective
from June 1969 until he retired in 1985. Bo was one of the
most highly decorated detectives in the history of the
police department, with several thousand arrests to his
Chris Digiuseppi - Saint Louis Lake Police Department -
Chris DiGiuseppi has more than nineteen years in Law
Enforcement at various levels, including Assistant Chief of
Police. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and
Northwestern University School of Police Staff Command.
Stacy Dittrich - Richland County Sheriff's Office - Stacy
Dittrich is an award-winning 20-year law enforcement
officer, author, media consultant, and former detective
specializing in sex crimes.
Laurie Drummond - Baton Rouge Police Department - A
former police officer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana,
Drummond received her MFA from LSU in 1991. She has
taught creative writing at St. Edward's University in Austin,
Texas, and in the MFA Program at the University of
Oregon, where she also directed the Kidd Tutorial
Danni Hartmann Eldridge - Los Angeles County Sheriff's
Department - Danni was a Los Angeles County Deputy
Sheriff for more than 20 years. Before that she worked as
a civilian for that department, and for the Los Angeles
Police Department in the Homicide Division.
Marshall Frank - Metro-Dade Police Department -
Marshall Frank is a retired captain from the Metro-Dade
Police Department in Miami, Florida, where he spent the
majority of his thirty years investigating murders or
commanding those who did.
Gina Gallo - Chicago Police Department - Gina's columns
are a regular feature of  The Columnists.com (check out
their Spotlight on Gina Gallo) She is also a featured writer
for NYCOP Online .
Joseph L. Giacalone - New York City Police Department -
Joe is the best selling author of the
Criminal Investigative
Function: A Guide for New Investigators
published by
Looseleaf Law, Inc. and now in its Second Edition.
Randy Gonzalez - New College of Florida Police
Department - Randy Gonzalez is a professional law
enforcement administrator, investigator, instructor, and
educational consultant.
C.A. Griffith - Cobb County Sheriff's Office - C.A. Griffith
is a retired Major from the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office in
Marietta, Georgia where he served for three decades. His
assignments have included undercover narcotics, Atlanta
DEA task force, fugitive and fraud investigations, and
Commander of Internal Affairs.
Marc Harrold - Atlanta Police Department - Marc is author
of "
Observations of White Noise...an Acid Test for the First
, 5 Days Out, and co-author of Mississippi
Criminal Trial Practice
(WEST) with Professor Ron Rychlak.
Steve Hodel - Los Angeles Police Department - Steve’s
first book,
Black Dahlia Avenger: A Genius for Murder
published in 2003 with new updated investigative chapters
added to the HarperCollins paperback edition in 2004 and
Black Dahlia Avenger is a New York Times
Bestseller, a NYT Most Notable Book and was nominated
by the Mystery Writers of America for an Edgar Award in
the Best Fact Crime category.
Henry M. Holden - Orange County Sheriff's Department -
Henry is the author of over 900 magazine and newspaper
articles appearing in national magazines such as Private
Pilot, Plane & Pilot, Airport Journals, World Airnews, USAir,
InFlight-USA, American Aviation Historical Society’s
Journal, Women in Aviation, Woman Pilot, Airport Press
and Aviation History, Vintage Airplane, Warbirds, Sport
Aviation, and Upscale Living Magazine. He has been a
commentator on the History Channel, and has published
37 books.
Gary Jones - Fort Lauderdale Police Department - Gary
Jones is a retired police officer and author. He has written
two books about his experiences on the Fort Lauderdale
Police Department. Through this site and his blog, Gary
advocates for the law enforcement community.
Randy Jurgensen - New York Police Department - To
date, Randy has appeared in or produced over 50 films
and television shows.  In his book 'Circle of Six', Randy lifts
the curtain and sheds light on some of the darkest days of
the NYPD.
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