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Police Stories:
tales from a small-town cop

Written by
George T. Berrigan

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279 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888873682
$19.95 CA

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About the Book For those who wonder what cops do for a living "Police Stories - Tales from a Small-Town Cop" will satisfy that curiosity. From the mundane duty that breaks into a terror-stricken gun battle to that routine shoplifting call with humorous overtones "Police Stories" has it all. The stories are set in a Northern Ontario community and follow the members of the local police service through their difficult and sometimes comical duties. The author, Chief of Police retired) George Berrigan´s thirty-two year police career put him in a unique position to reveal the private world of policing.

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About the Author George T. Berrigan
The author, George T. Berrigan, is a former Chief of Police of the North Bay Police Service. Berrigan´s police career spanned thirty-two years, most of those spent in the investigation of major crime. During the research for this book, Berrigan had access to individuals who would normally be reluctant to tell their stories.

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