Closing in on 900

March 23, 2008 (San Dimas, CA) Police-Writers.com is a website that lists state and local police officers who have written books.  The addition of three police officers the website now lists close to 900 state and local police officers who have written books. 

Brian Bugge, a former sergeant with the Suffolk County Police Department (New York) has had a lengthy law enforcement career.  Currently, he is Senior Advisor with International Risk Intelligence.  Currently, Brian Bugge is the Director of Security and School Safety with Edison Schools.  In his past capacities, he has been a Director with Kroll; a security consultant with EDI; a New York City Corrections Officer; and, an investigative aide with the U.S. Secret Service.    

Brian Bugge is an Adjunct Associate Professor, Suffolk County Community College.  He teaches courses at both The University of Phoenix (Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice; Terrorism; and, Cyber Crime) and Southwestern College (Personnel Investigations).  Brian Bugge received his BS in Police Science and his MA in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  Brian Bugge is the author of The Mystique of Conspiracy: Oswald, Castro, and the CIA. 

According to the book description of The Mystique of Conspiracy: Oswald, Castro, and the CIA, “The Mystique of Conspiracy delves into the mystery surrounding the JFK assassination. It focuses mainly on anti-Castro Cuban exiles and their relationship with the CIA, but it also offers an excellent framework to gauge the “plausibility” of any conspiracy theory.” 

Captain Harold McCormick, Suffolk County Police Department (ret.), began his 30 year law enforcement career in 1960.  Harold McCormick is the author of Street Cop: The Dark Side of Suburbia. According to the book description of Street Cop: The Dark Side of Suburbia, “This book is unique – it takes the reader into the world of one of America’s leading suburban police departments as officers tackle major cases: murders, cop shootings, prostitution, grave robbing, rapes and high-speed pursuits. The police officers in the book tell of the savage murders of children, sniper attacks on innocent victims, of serial killers on the prowl, brutal line of duty police officer deaths and the stretched thin blue line that separates these men and women from the soccer games, backyard barbecues and swimming pools of suburbia. 

Robert Olson began his law enforcement careers in the 1960s.  He has been the chief of police of three departments and in 1995, became the Chief of Police of the Minneapolis Police Department.  Robert Olson co-authored Community Wellness: A New Theory of Policing, along with Robert Wadman (former chief of the Omaha Police Department). 

Police-Writers.com now hosts 885 police officers (representing 385 police departments) and their 1849  police books in 32 categories, there are also listings of United States federal law enforcement employees turned authors, international police officers who have written books and civilian police personnel who have written books.

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