December 7, 2007, (San Dimas, CA) Police-Writers.com is a website that lists over 800 state and local police officers who have written books. With the addition of Robert Ernst, Bryan Heger and Paul Anthony, the website now lists state and local police officers from 365 agencies.
Robert R. Ernst, a former deputy sheriff with the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Office (Michigan). He is the author of Deadly Affrays. According to the book description, “The United States Marshals became the first federal law enforcement organization when President George Washington signed into law the Judiciary Act on September 24, 1789. The U.S. Marshals have lost more personnel to violence than any other federal law enforcement agency. Robert Forsyth, one of the original thirteen appointees, was the first Marshal killed in the line of duty when he was shot to death while attempting to serve civil papers on a Baptist minister in Georgia. Since Forsyth’s death, at least 287 additional officers have met violent deaths in almost every imaginable way. These are the stories of those men who were serving their country enforcing the law-- until they became involved in Deadly Affrays.”
Bryan Heger was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He was raised on a small, family owned farm south of Baltimore City called Hanover. After graduating from Arundel Senior High School, he went to work for the Anne Arundel County Police Department where, after twenty-six years, the last thirteen as a sergeant, he received a medical retirement. He and his boys now live in Pasadena, Maryland. Both of the boys attend local schools, and the author works as a full-time dad. He is the author of Me and the Boys: A Man's Guide to Single Parenthood.
According to the description of Me and the Boys: A Man's Guide to Single Parenthood, “Imagine yourself a twenty-six veteran police officer with a file full of commendations. Fully half your career was as a sergeant responsible for a number of young officers under your command. You put in your time on the street. You paid your dues. You’re still young and good at your job, a nice home, two great young boys and a wife...and then”
Paul L. Anthony, EMS (Equity Marketing Specialist) is a well established entrepreneur in Pueblo, Colorado. He is the owner/operator of Anthony Enterprises. With the mettle to be a U.S. Marine, Paul Anthony learned the doctrines of Semper Fidelis; do or die; don't ever give up; etc. As he traveled in Far Eastern countries in the Marine Corps, Paul Anthony studied their philosophies and acquired master level skills in Judo, Karate, and Aikido; which he subsequently taught for 14 years.
Upon returning to Southern California, Paul Anthony became a police officer with the Anaheim Police Department and in 1964 was selected the Officer of the Year of the Anaheim Police Department. During his law enforcement career, Paul Anthony has served as Police Science Director at Mira Costa College for 9 years and as a training consultant for the International Association of Chiefs of Police for 5 years. As a law enforcement trainer, Paul Anthony trained over 2,000 Vietnam War Veterans who are now highly qualified police officers across the country.
Along the way, Paul Anthony attended four community colleges and seven universities in four states. He has earned teaching credentials in martial arts, criminology, vocational education, and real estate. Paul Anthony has Community College Administrator credential from the state of California. Anthony is the author of Secret of Success.
According to the editor of Secret of Success, TJ Ramos, “Enjoy entertaining insights that encourage the reader toward success by thinking differently from what's expected. Not just another 'motivational' blurb, not another 'how to get rich quick' guide... this lively trip into basic human nature shows how to understand what people mean, despite what they say!”
Police-Writers.com now hosts 808 police officers (representing 365 police departments) and their 1719 law enforcement books in six categories, there are also listings of United States federal law enforcement employees turned authors, international police officers who have written books and civilian police personnel who have written books.
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