Out of the Darkness and into the Blue
- Surprising Secrets, Tactics, and Training Concepts, A Memoir from One of Kalamazoo's Top Cops
- Narrated by: Jeff Hoyt
- Length: 7 hrs and 20 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-11-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Robert Todd Christensen
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Throughout his career, Christensen made a habit of reviewing his actions. What tactics had he used? What immediate circumstances prompted his decisions? Could a slight change in strategy have improved the outcome? Viewing every situation as a learning experience molded Christensen into one of Kalamazoo's top cops.
Out of the Darkness and into the Blue recounts the most significant encounters in Christensen's career, but is more than the exciting memoirs of a veteran police officer. Christensen follows each chapter with a thorough analysis, discussing tactics, and training concepts relevant to his experiences.
Along the way, Christensen tackles many of the most important topics in law enforcement today, from racial profiling and deadly force to the challenges LGBT individuals face in a predominantly heterosexual field.
A fascinating exploration of one police officer's thought processes, Out of the Darkness and into the Blue is an entertaining listen and valuable resource for anyone learning about - or serving in - the criminal justice system.
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By Amir Khillah on 05-15-15
couldn't stop listening
Extremely insightful look into the work of police officers. Not only is this book very educational to police officers but also it provides a great understanding to citizens of the daily pressures of police work and the situations they face.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Daniel S. on 01-28-16
Would you listen to Out of the Darkness and into the Blue again? Why?
I will be listening to this book again in the future. The first-hand accounts of what the writer encountered throughout his career in law enforcement and military is nothing short of intriguing and interesting. A very well-written memoir.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful