It was Michael Bunting's life ambition to follow in his father's footsteps and become a police officer. But six years after his family watch him begin his life's dream, he is serving a sentence for a crime he didn't commit. This is his story. Beaten almost senseless as he tried to arrest a violent criminal, the 23-year-old PC was left with head injuries and blurred vision that took him months to recover from. Back at work he was astounded to learn that his attacker had filed a complaint against him and that the Police Discipline and Complaints Department were following up the allegation. Two years later he was found guilty of common assault against his assailant and received a prison sentence that left him living his devastated life among the criminals he had previously sought to keep off the streets. Hardhitting and at times heartbreaking the book is a graphic account of life behind bars for a policeman in one of England's hardest prisons.