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This is the true story of Richard Lewis, as he spent two decades patrolling one of New York's highest crime area. Richard tells it like it is. I had the priviiege to work with/around Richard for many years. He was/is a great "COP"

This is the true story of Richard Lewis, as he spent two decades patrolling one of New York's highest crime area. He was/is a great "COP". There are many things that he left out, probility because it would scare many readers if they knew just how biased the department REALLY IS. Great reading, eye opening and insightful. God bless you Richard for sharing your life with us.

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A memoir by the NYPD’s most decorated cop, reflecting on the job, the .

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This is the true story of Richard Lewis, as he spent two decades patrolling one of New York's highest crime area. He had to fight not only crime, but struggled with racism inside the police department, as the color black was often more important the the NYPD Blue. He twice was awarded the Medal of Honor, and was acknowledged by President Ronald Reagan. Lewis' life was a crusade against crime; he was one of the brightest and bravest of those who carry a badge.

Comments: (2)

Malodred
An interesting look at law enforcement from an African-American viewpoint. It is open, honest, and real. More minorities, in law enforcement, should put pen to paper to inform prospective police officers of the pitfalls of the profession. It should not be a forgone conclusion that policing is for the adrenaline junkie. It takes a well grounded, no nonsense, and compassionate person to be an effective police officer. The reader will learn a lot.
Qudanilyr
Richard tells it like it is. I had the priviiege to work with/around Richard for many years. He was/is a great "COP". There are many things that he left out, probility because it would scare many readers if they knew just how biased the department REALLY IS. Great reading, eye opening and insightful. God bless you Richard for sharing your life with us.
Black Cop: The Real Deal, the True Stroy of New York's Most Decorated Black Cop download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Richard Lewis
ISBN: 1560435836
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Treasure House; 2nd edition (December 1, 1996)
Pages: 264 pages