Justice for all How the left is wrong about law enforcement

Greg Kelly, 1968-

Book - 2023

"A stirring defense of our law enforcement agencies-police, border control, the military, the Department of Justice, and more-and an analysis of what happens in situations when they are not present. Kelly's debut will touch on his own experience as a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve and the legacy of law enforcement in his family as the son of NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. He'll look at the indispensability of all law enforcement, especially in impoverished are...as, amid calls to defund the police and unprecedented officer turnover following the protests of summer 2020. Chapters will explore the consequences of diminishing law enforcement on an organization by organization basis"--

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New York : Threshold Editions 2023.
First Threshold Editions hardcover edition
Physical Description
xxvii, 194 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Main Author
Greg Kelly, 1968- (author)
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