Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes Kindle Edition
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Written in language that laypersons will find functional, Chrismas' Canadian Policing provided information that creates real-life scenarios regarding the inner-workings of law enforcement.
Bob Chrismas does a wonderful job sharing his "insider's viewpoint" on domestic violence, gang warfare, the shadowy world of internet trafficking and other social issues.
Since even fiction must be fact-based, not only is Canadian Policing in the 21st Century functional and well-written, it creates in the imagination many interesting characters and situations common to the Western world which are readily adaptable to novelization.
Bob Chrismas further offers approaches to dealing with crime, and stresses the importance of forming partnerships within communities to identify, reduce and prevent its increase.