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Uniform Decisions: My Life in the LAPD and the North Hollywood Shootout Paperback – December 27, 2011
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John Caprarelli was born in Los Angeles, California in 1957. Retired from the Los Angeles Police Department after working a cross section of assignments, his involvement in the infamous North Hollywood Bank of America robbery and shootout was the pinnacle of a 27 year police career. Between hobbies, he continues to speak at various venues regarding his career, the 1997 shootout and life lessons learned.
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Two robbers, armed with fully automatic assault rifles and wearing full body armor, exchanged shots with the police.
One rainy morning I sat down with a cup of coffee and started to read the book. I was unable to put the book down and subsequently finished Uniform Decisions that same day.
Uniform Decisions was not just about the North Hollywood bank robbery. The book was also about John Caprarelli, his wonderful wife, the reasons he became a police officer, his early career as a LAPD officer, and the aftermath.
I was so moved by this book that I went to a John Caprarelli book signing. I bought three extra copies for some of my friends at my department. I recommend this book to everyone.
(Sister in Blue)
Always amazed me that not a single citizen in the area had a rifle to deal with the situation. Oh well...it is LA.
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