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In this gripping memoir, retired Ontario Provincial Police officer Dan Rocheleau shares highlights from his early life and his many years working for various departments in Ontario and Quebec. After his training at police college in Brampton and Aylmer, Ontario, Rocheleau became an undercover officer, helping to investigate and arrest criminals in outlaw motorcycle clubs and within organized-crime groups. He uses action-packed storytelling to illustrate his dangerous and sometimes amusing experiences, from negotiating with bikers in a motel room to chasing drug smugglers by boat on the St. Lawrence River. He also takes on the darker side of law enforcement in Canada by sharing his encounters with both police corruption and political corruption. Police work is a challenging job, with many ups and downs, and this book is an intimate look at the impact it had on Rocheleau and his family during his rewarding thirty-year career.
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About the Author
Dan Rocheleau spent thirty years as a police officer with the Ontario Provincial Police working undercover in diverse roles for many different services in Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. Now retired, he says he wouldn't change a thing. He lives in Sudbury, Ontario, with his wife, Cathy.