By Ed Meckle, Retired LAPD In May 1956, I graduated from the Los Angeles Police Academy along with 33 fellow recruits. Some of the lucky ones went straight to patrol, … Continue reading
Stories of LAPD foot beat adventures.
News about the PSWA Conference and new novel WITH MALICE AFORETHOUGHT
By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD My apologies for posting this and Hal’s last in the wrong order. This should have been “Foot Beat Stories One” and his previous post should … Continue reading
By Ed Meckle, Retired LAPD It was either 1960 or 61 when my partner, Frank Isbell and I caught the dream job for the summer: we were assigned … Continue reading
By Hal Collier, LAPD Retired We are happy that 35-year veteran Hal Collier is sharing his ‘stories behind the badge’ with us. This was originally posted 7/24/2013. Thought you might … Continue reading
By Ed Meckle, Retired LAPD Perception—an interesting word as any police officer will tell you. The luxury of calm reflection is not always possible. Too often, it is “act and … Continue reading
Through all this you’ll fall in love with the job.
Link to original post on UniformStories.com 10 Signs You Definitely Have Cop Brain Written by Donut County Cop <!– –> Michael Kappel/Flickr.com It develops pretty quickly in some of us, … Continue reading