Review: Bad Cop

By AMY FINCH  |  June 5, 2009

And how have his former fellow officers responded to the book? "I've received a couple dozen reviews via e-mail from former NYPD co-workers as well as from cops I've never met. Mostly, they've said the book perfectly mirrors their own experiences, and they're glad because they want the general public to know what they have to put up with. It's a point of pride among cops that they have a difficult and thankless job. One cop even said he'd accidentally locked himself inside his patrol car."

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