The Hardening of a Cop by David J. Rutter

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The Hardening of a Cop is an up-close and personal look into one policeman’s life as seen from his eyes. Witness the anguish of dealing with the daily grind of being a street cop and the journey to overcome the pain and stress it causes. This journey takes you from start to finish through one cop’s life and leads you to the breaking point and beyond. Being there on the bad calls and living through the ordeals allow the author to take you with him into the gritty streets and feel what he feels. Hold on, were going ‘code three’ straight into the badlands to get the real story; the blood, the hurt, the hardening, of a cop.

About David J. Rutter

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The author has been a street cop in Fayette County Pennsylvania for the last seventeen years. At thirty-six years old, he has seen and done things that most people only have nightmares about. He is sharing his journey with you so that you can understand and see first-hand what police officers go through on a daily basis. He is married and the father of two children. He began writing down his stories to help other cops understand that they are not alone. His stories are real and fascinating and you will be glad that there are police officers on the street when you learn the truth; and sometimes the truth hurts.
Published October 1, 2004 by Authorhouse. 196 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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