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Way of the Warrior: The Philosophy of Law Enforcement

Way of the Warrior: The Philosophy of Law Enforcement

by Bernard Schaffer
     
 
No holds barred law enforcement philosophy by Superbia author Bernard Schaffer
Whether you're a hard luck grunt working the street or a white shirt administrator who'd need a GPS to find it, Way of the Warrior is for you.
A sixteen year veteran of patrol, investigations and narcotics work, as well as a second-generation cop, best-selling author Bernard

Overview

No holds barred law enforcement philosophy by Superbia author Bernard Schaffer
Whether you're a hard luck grunt working the street or a white shirt administrator who'd need a GPS to find it, Way of the Warrior is for you.
A sixteen year veteran of patrol, investigations and narcotics work, as well as a second-generation cop, best-selling author Bernard Schaffer has something to say about the True Blue Line.
Equal parts biography and instructional guide, Way of the Warrior focuses on the core of the individual officer: the warrior spirit. It discusses how to successfully uphold the law and not lose your mind in the process.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781493764501
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/14/2013
Pages:
114
Sales rank:
547,851
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

Meet the Author

Bernard Schaffer is the author of multiple titles in a wide-variety of genres including: Superbia, a hard-hitting police procedural series about subversive cops trying to do right in a dirty world; Guns of Seneca 6, a six-part saga of the Old West in outer space; Grendel Unit, military science fiction about a team of operatives taking out terrorist threats to the galaxy.
His other work includes The Girl From Tenerife, a moving and honest account of falling in love with the wrong woman; Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes, a factual (and graphic) portrayal of Jack the Ripper's murders combined with the characters from Baker Street; and Tiny Dragons, a new children's fantasy series written specifically for his young daughter.
In addition to writing, Schaffer is the father of two children and a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia region. He spent his youth as a child actor and is now a decorated police veteran and expert witness in narcotics distribution.

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