A MAN APART The British Policeman and his Job.

Author: Judge (Anthony)
Year: 1972
Publisher: Barker
Edition Details: 1st Edn.
Book Condition: NrF/Vg+
ISBN: 021300459X
Price: 9.00
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Hardback. The author was once a policeman and was still 'working amongst them' when he wrote this book. He has taken a close look at the man in uniform, to find out why he joined the force and what he thought of the problems which confronted police at the time. He writes about the police force as a unique closed community operating within our society and shows how this affects the policeman not only in his daily work but in his private life and that of his family. Not everyone believed the police were wonderful, with their integrity and impartiality being questioned. The author deals frankly with police corruption and also asks the questions :Is it true that the police are racially prejudiced? Do they frame the innocent? How do they deal with demonstrations? What do they really think of criminals? An enlightening book. 233pp. 8vo. h/back. Small insc. to fep o/w Nr. F. in Vg+ dw.

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