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  • Thirty-Three Years

    The Unfiltered Memoir of a Cop by

    “That was it. That was the moment I knew I wanted to be a cop.” When Rob Rothwell is a naïve, directionless eighteen-year-old, he gets invited on a ride-along with a young cop…and the wild night that ensues sends him hurtling into a ...


  • 10-33

    An Officer Down Steps Back Up by

    10-33 – the portable radio code every police officer dreads. “Officer down.” On November 27, 1998, Laurie White, in her third year as a constable with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, was that “Officer down.” Shot in the line of duty, Laurie had ...


  • Shadows Come At Midnight

    From PTSD to Purpose by

    At seventeen, Ross MacInnes stole a car and was caught. At nineteen, he was sworn in as a member of the esteemed Royal Canadian Mounted Police. And by his thirtieth year of police service, he was a commander in the organized crime division of a ...


  • Booze and the Badge

    A Cop's Battle with the Bottle by

    THIS MEMOIR is an examination of the author’s lifelong battle with alcoholism, how it affected his lengthy policing career, and his efforts to help others battle addiction once he was in recovery and had retired from policing. Along the way, this ...


  • Life on the Inside

    One Correctional Officer’s Story by

    This book is about John Williams’s life,and how he faced the many challenges and obstacles throughout his life. Sometimes the choices he made thought out his life, were not always in his best interest, as he would usually find himself in a place ...


  • A Viable Suspect

    The Story of multiple murders and how a police force's reach proved too short for Canada's most notorious cold case. by

    For more than 30 years, retired Ontario Provincial Police Sergeant Barry Ruhl has believed that a criminal with whom he had a violent encounter early in his career might be responsible for a string of unsolved murders of young women in Ontario, ...


  • 1% Hatred

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    In this gripping memoir, retired Ontario Provincial Police officer Dan Rocheleau shares highlights from his early life and his many years working for various departments in Ontario and Quebec. After his training at police college in Brampton and ...


  • I Never Got To Ride A Horse

    by

    Ron Allen spent thirty-five years with the RCMP, during which he progressed through the ranks from rookie drug enforcement investigator to commander of the largest drug enforcement team in Canada. His career took him from the streets of Toronto to ...


  • Surviving Corruption

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    This book tells of the experiences of a boy from age four, to an old man who went through life making decisions in his world of corruption. His choices, often fuelled by adrenaline did not affect his ability to fly under the radar of his employers ...


  • I Wore It With Pride

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    This book is my true story. A story of a child born to an unemployed Puerto Rican musician and a feisty Puerto Rican woman who migrated to New York City in her early twenties (1946) from a small town in Puerto Rico called Fajardo. Dad was born in ...