Police Authors
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Jeff Kaye - Reno Police Department - Mr.
Kaye currently resides in La Quinta California
with his wife and two children. He keeps busy
with his full time writing career while remaining
active in law enforcement training through his
work with the California Narcotics Officers
Mike Krecioch - Los Angeles Police
Department - Ten years in the making, Mike
has written
Orphan's Asylum (2008). His
account of orphanage life has helped many
orphans as well as their families deal with the
sometimes tumultuous past. In his upcoming
CONVICT LAKE: Behind the Badge,
Mike writes about the cases and politics of the
Los Angeles Police Department. Mike was
previously been published in a national
Chuck Klein - Woodlawn Police Department -
Chuck Klein is the author of many books.  
Chuck is a Licensed Private Investigator (ret),
with a Bachelor of Laws, listed in Who's Who in
America and a Former Certified Police Officer
and Firefighter.  He is a Firearms and
Contributing Editor, Security Columnist, an
active member of IALEFI and a NRA Certified
Firearms Instructor.  Some books include
in the Workplace
, Circa 1957, The Badge,
Lines of Defense
Joseph Klein - Fullerton Police Department -
As a Retired Police Lieutenant after 29 years
of service with the Fullerton Police
Department, Dr. Klein has accumulated an
extensive amount of expertise in law
enforcement as well as in the field of education
and training. Dr. Klein is a court qualified
expert witness, consultant, keynote speaker,
published author, educator and trainer.
Vonn Auld Kopp - Houston Police
Department - The author, Brian Foster, used
to write under the assumed name of Vonn Auld
Kopp to avoid problems with his department's
administration. He's spent thirty four years in
law enforcement. Twenty three of those years
were spent in Houston's Homicide Division as a
Detective Sergeant.
Michael Levine - Barnstable County Sheriff's
Office - Author of NY Times Bestseller
and national bestseller THE BIG
, used by Police and universities as
training texts.
Kenneth R. Lewis - Rogue River Police
Department - Ken sold his first short story
when he was twenty, but didn't start writing his
first novel until he was forty nine. "Little Blue
Whales," his 2009 crime thriller set on the
Oregon coast, won the 2010 Public Safety
Writers Association First Grand Prize for
fiction. His second novel "The Sparrow's
Blade," the sequel to "Little Blue Whales," was
published in February, 2011, and on May 13,
2012 won an Eric Hoffer Award in the category
of Commercial Fiction. His latest novel, "Flight
of the Bowyer," a political thriller set in Idaho,
debuted on November 1, 2013.
Lisa Lockwood - Chicago Police Department
- Lisa’s enigmatic path serves as an
inspirational example of how she successfully
combined optimism and reinvention to reach
unparalleled heights. Lisa is now dedicating
her life to teaching people how they can
reinvent themselves with the power of
determination and perseverance.
Michael D. Lyman - Oklahoma Bureau of
Narcotics -  Dr. Lyman's books are currently
used by some of the nation's most prestigious
colleges and universities. All books are
published by nationally recognized publishing
houses, are peer reviewed and revised every
two to three years.
John Mackie - New York Police Department -
John was dedicated and highly decorated
member of the NYPD.  A holder of the
Department's prestigious Medal of Valor, he
now spends his time writing great
novels..literary classics really...about homicide
investigators and real cops in The Big Apple.
Dan Marcou - La Crosse Police Department -
Dan Marcou “Lt. Dan” retired as a highly
decorated police officer after 33 years of
service.  He has recently authored three
popular police novels in his McCarthy series,
published by Thunder Bay Press,
The Calling:
The Making of a Veteran Cop, SWAT Blue
Knights in Black Armor
and Nobody's Heroes.
Peter Mars - Kennebec County Sheriff's
Office - Peter Mars is a thirty year veteran of
law enforcement. He is a native of Brookline,
Massachusetts. His undergraduate studies in
criminal justice and police science were
accomplished at Northeastern University. He
has a masters degree in public administration
from Columbia and recently completed his
doctorate in sociology with a focus on
incarceration and recidivism at that same
Stephen Mattice - Columbus Police
Department (Kansas) -  Author of
Seeing It His
Way: 40 Nights with a Christian Police officer
Although police work is his full time occupation,
Stephan feels that fulfilling his part in Christ’s
Great Commission will last a lifetime.
Alex J. McDonald - Broward County Sheriff's
Office - Alex retired in 2007. He is an associate
member of Mystery Writers Of America.  His
Sawgrass was published by Authorhouse.
James McEachin - Hackensack Police
Department - Following his service in the
United States Army, McEachin attended the
police academy and served for a brief time as
a New Jersey police officer.  McEachin is a well
known actor and author.
Michael McGarrity - Santa Fe County
Sheriff's Department - Michael's career in
criminal justice  includes work in corrections,
law enforcement, security, and police officer
training.  A number of his best selling novels
have been nominated for various awards, and
in 2004 he received the New Mexico
Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts --
Joe McKinney - San Antonio Police
Department - Joe McKinney is the San Antonio-
based author of several horror, crime and
science fiction novels.  Joe McKinney is a
sergeant with the San Antonio Police
Department, where he helps to run the city’s
911 Dispatch Center.
Joseph D. McNamara - San Jose Police
Department - Joseph D. McNamara , retired
police chief of San Jose, Calif., started his
career as a beat cop in Harlem, New York City.
He was the only police chief in the United
States to hold a Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Peter Moskos - Baltimore Police Department
- Peter Moskos is an associate professor at
John Jay College of Criminal Justice in the
Department of Law, Police Science, and
Criminal Justice Administration. A former
Baltimore City police officer and Harvard and
Princeton trained sociologist, Moskos studies
people the old-fashioned way: He talks to them.
Bryan Muth - Phoenix Police Department -
Bryan Muth is the author of
.  Muth's law enforcement career has
spanned nearly four decades.  
Mark Mynheir - Palm Bay Police Department
- Mark Mynheir is a former Marine and a
twenty-five-year police veteran who worked as
a narcotics agent, a S.W.A.T. team member,
and a homicide detective. Mark has published
five novels and numerous articles.
Richard Nable - Fulton County Police
Department - Richard Nable was born and
raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from
the University of Richmond, VA in 1987 with a
bachelor’s degree in biology and promptly
went to work as a police officer. He is the
principal firearms trainer for his department as
well as for the regional police academy.
Steven J. Newton - Clever Police
Department - Steve Newton is a 25-year law
enforcement veteran and a former
Marine/Navy veteran. He served with the 3rd
Battalion, 24th Marines, 4th Marine Division.  
Now retired and afflicted with Parkinson’s
Disease, he continues to write articles for
various law enforcement, military and veteran
publications. He is also the author of the
and the Old Sergeant and Friends.
Mitchell Nevin - Milwaukee Police
Department - Having served in a law
enforcement capacity for parts of three
decades, Mitchell Nevin's knowledge of
organized crime, police interrogation
techniques, surveillance, and forensics, shines
a light on the inner workings of law
Thomas J. Nichols - Lubbock Police
Department - After retiring as Chief of Police of
the Lubbock PD and making a career
adjustment to the Lubbock School District
Police, I found a treasure chest in the form of
"spare time."  My newest publication, Sweet
Emily, follows Detective Mike Palotti as he
leads a multi-agency investigation in a serial
killer, and as in Color of the Prism, Sweet Emily
closes with a not-traditional ending.
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