History of Street Cops by Greg Zito
Gangs, Drugs, and Guns in the City of Chicago and Cabrini Green Snipers

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First joining the police career, as a Military Police Officer, then as a Chicago Transit Police and finally as a Chicago Police Officer. I was a patrol Officer for about three years. I was promoted to Detective and also Gang Crimes Specialists in the Gang Unit. I was involved in six shoot outs with criminals, mostly Armed Robberies. I was engaged with three armed robbers, at which time I fatally wounded one and injured a second and arrested the third. As the years passed, I gave up my detective rating and went back to work in a tactical unit in the 019th District. After approximately four years I was permanently injured and placed on duty disability for 17 years. I had answered a call of two police officers in need of assistance, at this time my career as a street cop ended.
 

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 First joining the police career, as a Military Police Officer, then as a Chicago Transit Police and finally as a Chicago Police Officer. I was a Patrol Officer for about three years. I was promoted to Detective and also Gang Crimes Specialists in the Gang Unit. I was involved in six shoot outs with criminals, mostly Armed Robberies. I was engaged with three armed robbers, at which time I fatally wounded one and injured a second and arrrested the third. As the years passed, I gave up my detective rating and went back to work in a tactical unit in the 019th District. After approximately four years I was permanently injured and placed on duty disability for 17 years. I had answered a call of two police officers in need of assistance, at this time my career as a street cop ended.    
 
Published December 10, 2012 by Xlibris. 206 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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