Murder, Technology and Stuff

April 2, 2008 (San Dimas, CA) is a website that lists state and local police officers who have written books.  The website added three police officers who have written on subjects from murder to technology. 

Chris McDonough is a retired member of the Oceanside Police Department (California) who has spent 25 years in Law Enforcement, 13 of those years as a Detective investigating homicide and death cases. Chris McDonough has been involved in the investigation of hundreds of homicide cases and has assisted and consulted nationally on an untold number of death cases.  Chris McDonough’s other career assignments have included 10 years as a member of his Departments SWAT Team serving as a Hostage Negotiator, Special Enforcement Intelligence Detective and K-9 Handler. Chris McDonough has a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice.

Chris McDonough is an expert in homicide and death investigation, interviewing and criminal behavior analysis and trains law enforcement all over the U.S. with the Institute of Investigative Science. Chris McDonough has worked on and/or consulted on some of the country’s highest-profile homicide cases including, the Jon Benet Ramsey case, and the Leticia Hernandez, Stephanie Crowe, and Matthew Cecchi cases. He lectures on the university level on criminal behavior and is a co-author of Who Killed Stephanie Crow, Anatomy of a Murder . 

William Romesburg began his law enforcement career with the City of Brea (California) as a Police Cadet and a police and fire dispatcher. He Joined the Orange Police Department (California) and served as a police officer for 6 years. Currently, William Romesburg is a Consultant for the Technology and Research Division of SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where he provides technical assistance in automated systems development, automation planning, and integration of justice information systems to justice agencies nationwide. W

illiam Romesburg holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from California State University, Fullerton. He is also Project Management Institute-certified (Level 2); is a Leadership Graduate from Chapman University in California; and graduated with honors from the Rancho Santiago College Police Academy in California.  William Romesburg is the co-author of Law Enforcement Tech Guide: How to Plan, Purchase and Manage Technology Successfully! a Guide for Executives, Managers and Technologists 

Ron Ward is a police officer with the Oakland Police Department.  Ron Ward is the author of How to be Nice to Your Woman Without Looking Like a Punk. now hosts 915 police officers (representing 389 police departments) and their 1922  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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