In 1962, newly sworn in as a member of the NYPD, Antonio A. Dueño set out to make a career and a name for himself on the streets of New York. With a keen understanding of the social climate of the times as well as a clever wit, Dueño laid the foundation for an impressive career that would span the next forty years.
In The Chronicles of a New York Rican Cop (a.k.a. Super Spic), Dueño gives an honest and raw account of his life and journey as a New York City detective with the elite Bureau of Special Services during the sixties and seventies, which led to an impressive career as regional director of corporate security for AT&T's new international division.
Follow Dueño as he makes his way from protecting the streets of NYC to protecting dignitaries, including Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, and AT&T corporate chairmen. From NYPD greenhorn to AT&T security specialist, Dueño maintains his sense of humor, candor, and humility.
A riveting tale of one man's personal and professional journey, The Chronicles of a New York Rican Cop (a.k.a. Super Spic) offers readers a unique perspective of a fascinating time in a city that's captivated the world.
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About the Author
In the fall of 1962, Antonio A. Dueño was a member of one of the last classes to graduate from 7 Hubert Street Police Academy. He served as an NYPD detective analyst on terrorist activities and as a member of the bureau of Special Services Intel Division from 1962 to 1978.
After retiring from the force in 1978, Dueño stepped into the role of regional director of corporate security for AT&T and Lucent Technologies for the Asia Pacific region, based and headquartered in Hong Kong.
Dueño retired from AT&T in 2003.