About The Author
In light of the increase in tensions between our nations’ police departments and the urban communities they serve, this book offers a timely remedy for citizens and officers alike. The author, Khalfani Yabuku, skillfully takes us on a journey of his struggles to start the healing process from within the walls of the Atlanta Police Department. Chapter after chapter, he takes us on patrol to expose the myriad issues which have become systemic practices of law enforcement agencies across the country.
As referenced in Chapter 14 of the book "When The Thin Blue Line Begins to Blur": you can now listen to these two key excerpts from the contentious, heated 2-hour meeting that Atlanta Police had with then Mayor Bill Campbell.
Choose Your Prefences
In his book, Retired Commander Yabuku offers us an inside look at being an officer of the law, while maintaining his dignity and self respect. He takes us on a personal journey of the rights and wrongs of the Atlanta Police Department and I’m sure other departments across the country.
A good read for all law enforcement officers. It’s one man’s journey from police officer to command staff and all of the challenges one undergoes climbing the ranks. I highly recommend it for those looking to better understand the police mindset as well as police operations.
Very good insight into the correct approach for how our police force should serve and protect we citizens. An alarming account of the political machine that sets the tone for police officers’ conduct on the job and the quality of their lives while serving on the force..
About The Book
In light of the increase in tensions between our nations’ police departments and the urban communities they serve, this book offers a timely remedy for citizens and officers alike.
The “Knock and Talk”
A couple months into working, we started to hear rumors of another team that was engaged in some rather unscrupulous practices....
HOW TO BRING
“OUR JOB IS TO MAKE SURE THAT NO MATTER WHAT, WE’RE GOING HOME TO OUR FAMILIES AT THE END OF THE DAY”- Sentiment of most police....