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NYPD Honor By Drake Casanova
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Kayla Stewart and Sarah Ingram, had their whole life set out after graduation, until they were murdered. When Sergeant Sagittarius Luckett and her partner Detective David Graham, arrive at the scene... More > they were blown away by the grotesque discovery of the victims bodies. Luckett, assumes that her case is an open and close case; but it wasn’t. After speaking with the last two people who last seen the victims, she knew that the case was taking on a whole new twist. But the twists that she assumed would surface proved to be more elusive and frustrating then she thought. After the mayor’s wife is murdered along with another public figure, the Chief of police is forced to bring in backup. The FBI, brought in their top agent to consult with the NYPD. Agent Max Keaton, had sought after Sergeant Luckett in more ways than consulting. Keaton had Intel with connection to the coed murders; a drug lord who’d done business with the victim’s boyfriends.< Less
Gunz and God: The Life of an NYPD Undercover By Stevie Stryker & Rocco Parascandola
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This is the real-life story of Stevie Stryker, who grew up in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood, then became an NYPD undercover — Stevie Gunz, his fellow officers called him. He locked up countless... More > bad guys using his biggest asset, his ability to talk. It’s a skill he learned as a kid in church, where he listened, not always willingly, as his father, a strict Pentecostal minister, held sway with his mesmerizing sermons. But Stryker broke his father’s heart, joining the Marines instead of heading right to college. After retiring from the NYPD due to a debilitating illness, he paid his father the biggest compliment he could, becoming a minister and preaching the word of God. The New York Times calls “Gunz and God” an “audacious autobiography” filled with “rollicking capers, which read like TV scripts.”< Less
GUNZ AND GOD: The Life of an NYPD Undercover By Stevie Stryker & Rocco Parascandola
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This is the real-life story of Stevie Stryker, who grew up in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood, then became an NYPD undercover — Stevie Gunz, his fellow officers called him. He locked up countless... More > bad guys using his biggest asset, his ability to talk. It’s a skill he learned as a kid in church, where he listened, not always willingly, as his father, a strict Pentecostal minister, held sway with his mesmerizing sermons. But Stryker broke his father’s heart, joining the Marines instead of heading right to college. After retiring from the NYPD due to a debilitating illness, he paid his father the biggest compliment he could, becoming a minister and preaching the word of God. The New York Times calls “Gunz and God” an “audacious autobiography” filled with “rollicking capers, which read like TV scripts.”< Less
NYPD Police Precincts and Marijuana Arrests: Disparities in Race, Age, and Income in Marijuana Possession Arrests. By Azim Aziz-Uribe
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In the last decade, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) approximately arrested 353,000 people for possessing small quantities of marijuana, primarily young blacks and Hispanics. The undercover... More > narcotics officers use deceptive methods to obtain marijuana arrests to benefit themselves economically, while helping the department create an illusion of productivity. But marijuana possession arrests only helps create a bitter sentiment between the NYPD and the public, wastes public and law enforcement resources, sets up a head start criminal career program for young people, and increases crime instead of decreasing it. This research aims to show: 1) The NYPD still arrests blacks and Hispanics disproportionate to whites and people of other races; 2) The NYPD still arrests young people disproportionate to adults; 3) Marijuana possession arrests falls excessively on impoverished black and Hispanic communities; 4) The NYPD’s marijuana arrest policy is biased and racially skewed.< Less
The Game- A Pine Ridge Mystery By Don Narus
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A small group of NYPD retirees now living on Florida's Gulf Coast are asked to help the local Sheriff solve a Cold Case. Will they be able to find out who killed Harry.
Searching for Amy By P. A. Jackson
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NYPD cop Jim Lennox is given a fifteen years cold mystery - find Amy Chalmers, and missing boyfriend Johnny Benson. He travels to Idaho and becomes linked with look-alike... More > bank robber, Billy Radford. Lennox, hired by lawman Sheriff Webster, reaches Julienne, a small town high in the mountains. His quest to find Amy is entwined with the arrival of roaming killer, Frank Rickard. As Lennox carries on his search for Amy, he comes across Julienne lawman Sheriff Jones and Deputy Camano. They both have something to hide. < Less
Searching for Amy By P. A. Jackson
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NYPD cop Jim Lennox is given a fifteen years cold mystery - find Amy Chalmers, and missing boyfriend Johnny Benson. He travels to Idaho and becomes linked with look-alike... More > bank robber, Billy Radford. Lennox, hired by lawman Sheriff Webster, reaches Julienne, a small town high in the mountains. His quest to find Amy is entwined with the arrival of roaming killer, Frank Rickard. As Lennox carries on his search for Amy, he comes across Julienne lawman Sheriff Jones and Deputy Camano. They both have something to hide. < Less
C-CASE: An Unlikely Journey from Transit Cop to Internal Affairs Bureau Squad Commander By Robert L. Bryan
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Investigating other police officers is a job no cop wants to do. Against the backdrop of the 1995 merger of the NYC Transit and Housing Police Departments into the New York City Police Department,... More > this is the true story of a transit police lieutenant who abruptly finds himself walking a tightrope. The author, then was a fourteen-year veteran lieutenant in the Transit Police Department at the time of the merger, is thrust into command of a squad of seasoned NYPD investigators with the Internal Affairs Bureau. But the problem is... He has no prior investigative experience having spent the previous fourteen years patrolling the subway system and dealing with subway-related crimes. But now Lieutenant Bryan must be a leader to an Internal Investigations squad that were all so much more experienced than he was.< Less
Fighting Ninth rededication ceremony booklet By Andrew Beirne
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A heavily abridged version of the "Fighting Ninth" book put together with construction photos. Published as a handout for the rededication ceremony for 321 East 5 street.
Fighting Ninth rededication ceremony booklet By Andrew Beirne
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A heavily abridged version of the "Fighting Ninth" book put together with construction photos. Published as a handout for the rededication ceremony for 321 East 5 street. This hardcover... More > version has color photos.< Less

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