The author has now completed the much acclaimed trilogy. The initial two refer to his history when he joined the Manchester Police Force as a cadet before moving on into the regulars. During his thirteen years service his natural aptitude ensured he served in several specialised departments gaining the experience to write a trilogy. The first and the second books aim to shock, surprise and amuse up to the date of his resignation, brought on by the continuing dishonesty, fabrication and bad practices and the ever increasing examples of deplorable leadership within the police.
The first book moves through the early years of police service during the sixties and early seventies giving many alarming examples of what is and remains a culture of evidence fabrication and dishonesty. It was such a culture which led to the unbelievable police belief that 96 deaths at Hillsborough could be simply written off with no regard to the truth. Further examples during the same era involving Jimmy Savile, Cyril Smith MP, the Miners Strike Report and the Welsh Children's Homes all proved the existence of an underlying culture of dishonesty and evidence fabrication and not a rogue element of that era as casually claimed. The second book continues in a similar vein with further jaw dropping revelations which led to a feature on Confessions of a Copper Channel 4. The books are written with an acceptance of that culture with many amusing and surprising anecdotes. Whilst explicit, they are often humorous, refreshing and equally unbelievable .See You Tube The Biggest Gang gone entertaining. Onto the final edition of the trilogy as the author resigns from the police to become the market leader in covert surveillance in the UK with 80 staff and many amusing stories. Again whistleblowing in content, funny, heartbreaking but always the truth. Follow Facebook and Twitter for news worthy comments and Linkedin for a full profile.