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by John Tidyman

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ISBN:
1598510312
Author:
John Tidyman
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gray & Company, Publishers; 2 edition (July 1, 2007)
Pages:
251 pages
EPUB book:
1375 kb
FB2 book:
1518 kb
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1390 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
324


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These are the real stories cops trade with each other after the shift, over a couple of beers.

This book should be required reading for every elected official and. These are the real stories cops trade with each other after the shift, over a couple of beers. They're stories the rest of us rarely get to hear, because cops are often reluctant to open their world to outsiders.

Joe Tait: It's Been a Real Ball by Terry Pluto and Joe Tait. I'm way into short stories these days. Cleveland Cops takes out the "sanitizing" usually done on Police stories and takes you inside the real world of law enforcement. This book is "in your face" from start to finish

These are the real stories cops trade with each other after the shift, over a couple of beers. This book is "in your face" from start to finish. The reader will get to ride in the police car and learn the realities of the job. Chapter 8 "Some stories you never want to talk about" was a moving tribute to the officers involved. One story takes you to the scene as 2 officers respond to a domestic, only to arrive to a man holding a baby and shooting at them.

Story topic this wee. leveland Cops: The Real Stories They Tell Each Other– Take an intimate look at the men and women in blue.

Story topic this wee. Based on his novel Good Guys and Bad Guys: The Real Life Stories From Cleveland Police, Tidyman will chronicle the street life of Cleveland cops, and tell the true stories that would otherwise never find the light of day. John H. Tidyman Bio. Tidyman is the author of eight books and has written for just about every publication in Northeast Ohio.

Автор: Tidyman John H. Название: Cleveland Cops: The Real Stories They Tell Each Other ISBN .

Описание: "This book should be required reading for every elected official and for every citizen.

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Cleveland Cops quantity. Listen in as dozens of cops-active and retired, young and old, from rookie to chief-tell about their most memorable moments patrolling the streets of Cleveland. Gritty, hilarious, and heartbreaking, these remarkable true stories take you on the roller coaster ride that is life as a Cleveland police officer. Listen in on stories the rest of us rarely get to hear: The biggest arrests, dumbest criminals, funniest practical jokes, and scariest moments. It’s an inside look at the toughest job in town. The dumbest criminals. The funniest practical jokes. The most frightening calls.

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“This book should be required reading for every elected official and for every citizen.” ― Chief Edward P. Kovacic (retired), Cleveland Police Department

Gritty, scary, hilarious, and heartbreaking . . . these remarkable true stories will take you on the roller coaster ride that is life as a Cleveland police officer.

These are the real stories cops trade with each other after the shift, over a couple of beers. They’re stories the rest of us rarely get to hear, because cops are often reluctant to open their world to outsiders. But now they share their compelling personal tales with the rest of us.

Listen in as dozens of cops―active and retired, young and old, from rookie to chief―tell about their most memorable moments patrolling the streets of Cleveland. The biggest arrests, the dumbest criminals, the funniest practical jokes, the most frightening calls . . . Their stories will give you goose bumps on one page and make you laugh until you’re gasping for breath on the next. Some hit like a punch in the gut, some will make you stop and wonder.

On this ride you’ll get a front-seat look at one of the toughest jobs in town―and gain a better understanding of the men and women who put their lives on the line every day to do it. A real eye-opener, and great fun to read.

  • Acrobat
I was born and raised in Cleveland ... still live in the area. Being able to know the neighborhoods, street names, and businesses really made the stories relatable. Heck, I even knew some of the police officers who shared their stories. I knew them as real people; good people who had families and hobbies, faced situations every day that were beyond comprehension to the average citizen, and still tried to be role models and friends to everyone they knew. I recommend this book to anyone, no matter where you live, who has an interest in genuine police work as told by the people on the front lines.
  • WtePSeLNaGAyko
Great seller- great product!
  • Ffel
I purchased this book for my dad. He absolutely loved Thanks Amazon for coming through for me.
  • Qudanilyr
Wanted to share these stories with my brother.. the tales of wit, and truth. Retired cops don't get in trouble telling these stories..
  • Aedem
its unreal reads like a stories made up by the officers but I may be wrong the stories
were not interesting
  • Tto
As a retired Police Officer, I have read literally hundreds of Police Books. Cleveland Cops takes out the "sanitizing" usually done on Police stories and takes you inside the real world of law enforcement. This book is "in your face" from start to finish. The reader will get to ride in the police car and learn the realities of the job.

Chapter 8 "Some stories you never want to talk about" [ Kids in the crossfire] was a moving tribute to the officers involved. One story takes you to the scene as 2 officers respond to a domestic, only to arrive to a man holding a baby and shooting at them. Then having to feel the helplessness as this man pistol-whips the baby, throws a samauri sword at the officers having set fire to the house. He goes to the roof and jumps with the baby in his arms.

It doesn't get any more real than this book. Straight from the Cops who were there.
  • Ariseym
Cleveland Cops: The Real Stories They Tell Each Other is the type of book that I couldn't put down until I was finished. John Tidyman's writing style is excellent and his book is easy to read. The book gave me a real appreciation of the Cleveland police officers and their willingness to put their life on the line for all of us. This is by far the best cop book I have read and would highly recommend it. Cleveland Cops: The Real Stories They Tell Each Other
I found this book very exciting and interesting. It is a book that I could hardly lay down, I had to keep reading it.

This book brought to my attention just how critical a Police Officer's job can be, and a job I feel very few could do.

I recommend this book for readers who like reading true stories that they can enjoy reading.