Return to Fort Apache by Tom Walker
Memoir of an NYPD Captain

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More than thirty years ago, Tom Walker published Fort Apache: New York’s Most Violent Precinct, introducing the world to the 4-1, a South Bronx precinct that was home to more murders than the entire city of San Francisco. To this day, his story about life as police lieutenant in the 4-1 precinct remains the definitive account of the vicious cycle of violence that griped urban America in the late twentieth century.
The battle between criminals and law enforcement did not end in 1971, but massive controversy over the book’s publication precluded the release of a sequel—until now. With Return to Fort Apache: Memoir of an NYPD Captain, Walker finally tells the rest of his fascinating life story.
Return to Fort Apache was written to counter the prevailing politically correct opinion that the officers in Fort Apache used their weapons first and their wits last. In addition, Walker hopes to memorialize the courageous officers he served with in the 4-1, to remember forever their sacrifices, their courage, and their daily brushes with death and violence.
 

About Tom Walker

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Walker created all the images for Alaska's Bears, Alaska's Mammals, Alaska's Wildlife, Wild Critters, and More Wild Critters.
 
Published June 21, 2011 by iUniverse. 184 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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