TROOPERS ALL by John J. Floherty


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For Floherty, whose list of non-fiction titles includes books on the variety of subjects familiar to you now, this time it's the organization and operation of the state trooper branch of the police force. Following his informal talkative style, he takes the reader right to the men of the patrols to have them tell about their own experiences- in training, with juvenile delinquents, and on typical assignments the country over. The third book in this issue on police and policing (see Science the Super Sleuth, and The Story of Scotland Yard), here is more ready information for the audience which Dragnet has rounded up.

Pub Date: Oct. 6th, 1954
Publisher: Lippincott