End of Watch by Edward M. Burke
Chicago Police Killed in the Line of Duty, 1853-2006

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An examination of the remarkable sacrifices of 526 sworn officers of the Chicago Police Department. The book, with over 600 photographs, includes detailed narratives of each officer and the circumstances involved in their deaths. "End of Watch" is a very human story that describes the great loyalty and honor emerging in the ordinary lives of extraordinary Chicagoans, and gives the reader a broad view of Chicago history for the past 150+ years.
 

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Published October 31, 2006 by Chicago's Neighborhoods, Inc.. 400 pages
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