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32 Years On Duty (and times that I wasn't)

32 Years On Duty (and times that I wasn
32 Years On Duty (and times that I wasn 32 Years On Duty (and times that I wasn 32 Years On Duty (and times that I wasn
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by: Joseph L. Dubois
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: August 14, 2015
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 338
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781633188952

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Book Synopsis
This book is a compilation of short stories of life, as seen through the eyes of a rural police officer. There are incidents from his younger life, which carry into how he became what he is, what he believed, and things he worked through. The majority of his career was served in a large county. He often patrolled alone and had to get himself out of whatever he got himself into. No day was the same, and no person responded the same. There were times of fear, anger, disappointment, and sickening tragedies. He believes law enforcement is a calling, and as a field training officer tried to inspire interns to become good public servants, because they are certainly needed. He wrote about a portion of what he went through to give a glimpse into what it was like. All the stories are true and tend to avoid the worst of the incidents that many officers witness. He chose rather to lean mostly towards the side of levity in the vocation.
Customer Comments
Chrystal Roach
Posted: December 6, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book made me laugh out loud and cry as well. It's wonderful. The author tells the story of his calling to law enforcement, his missteps, his successes, his practical jokes, his joys, his triumphs, and his heartache. With his heart in God's hand, this retired police officer not only survived law enforcement, he has made the world a better place.
About The Author
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These stories are
written for these
six little tornadoes
(and any future siblings)
to remember and share
about their grandpa