Just the Facts, Ma'am

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An Interview with Thonie Hevron

By David Alan Binders This interview appeared in David Alan Binder’s site David Alan Binder’s site today. Thonie Hevron interview with David Alan Binder Bio from her website:    In 1973, on … Continue reading

April 21, 2017 · 4 Comments

What’s Up?

I have a fourth book in the wings. I wrote it in the mid-90’s so it needs updating and re-structuring. I hope to have it ready for a publisher/agent later this year.

March 31, 2017 · 7 Comments

Rumors: The worst part about being a lady cop

Originally posted on Misadventures of a Blonde Lady Cop:
“Yeah, that new blonde girl? I heard she slept with one of the instructors at the police academy.” This was the…

March 30, 2017 · Leave a comment

The Call Box: Deuces Wild

By Ed Meckle, Retired LAPD To our out of state and/or non-law enforcement friend, a “deuce” is police slang for a drunk driver. It’s also known as DUI (Driving under … Continue reading

January 25, 2017 · Leave a comment

Ramblings: D/O Successes, Part 3

By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD My best D/O sheet arrest came with a lot of effort. I had a probationer who was hard-headed. I think he was the beginning of the “Why … Continue reading

November 20, 2016 · 3 Comments

Big Changes at Thonie Hevron, Author

Big changes here: There’s good news and not-so-good news. The not-so-good: Due to a publishing change, my books, By Force or Fear and Intent to Hold will be available for a limited … Continue reading

November 12, 2016 · Leave a comment

Ramblings: D/O Sheets

By Hal Collier, Retired LAPD When I came on the job and was learning the difference between my elbow and a hot rock we had Pin Maps. Pin maps for … Continue reading

November 6, 2016 · Leave a comment

Ramblings: Last Word on Days Off

By Hal Collier, LAPD Part 3, Oct 9th The new sergeant, who was pretty proud of himself, submitted the days off to the Watch Commander (W/C) for approval. 10 minutes later … Continue reading

October 9, 2016 · Leave a comment

My New Ad in LAPD’s Thin Blue Line

By Thonie Hevron Advertising is a necessary evil for authors. By nature, most of us are solitary so yelling at the world that we have something they should read is … Continue reading

October 4, 2016 · 2 Comments

Life Gets in the Way

By Thonie Hevron This week has been busy. I forgot my Wednesday post so today will have to make up for it. The big delay is because a dear friend … Continue reading

September 15, 2016 · Leave a comment

Cop Talk

For all things about cop culture-the work, the family, the days off.

The purpose of this page is to educate writers of all genres to be accurate in their portrayal of law enforcement professionals. This includes meter maids (I was a "lovely Rita" many years ago), dispatcher, patrol officers, detectives, and administrators.

I have many resources in my 35 year career in California law enforcement. I index and explain common errors that found in all media. Guests will also post about police professionalism today and tomorrow as well as historical articles about the way things used to be, "back in the day".

Examples of police media myths: missing persons cannot be reported by anyone but the family; missing persons reports can't be taken until the subject has been missing 24 hours; all cops eat donuts.

You get my drift.

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Just the Facts, Ma'am posts Sundays and Wednesdays. Guest writers Gerry Goldshine, Hal Collier, Melissa Kositzin and sometime Woody Hoke take us through the days and nights of those who protect and serve. Extra postings will include California 'Officer Down' notices or something special. I will update progress of my current literary project as they develop. --Thonie Hevron

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