Welcome back to the conclusion of my interview with Author and NYPD Detective Vic Ferrari!
Author Vic Ferrari is a retired New York City Police Department detective with the hamstrings of a twenty-year-old. A survivor of an Irish father and Italian mother, Vic loves a cold beer and insists on you removing your shoes when entering his home. When he's not writing, he's picking up after his neurotic Irish Wolfhound.
In today’s episode we discuss:
· Compstat Policing.
· The perilous unintended consequences of highly restrictive pursuit policies and because of ego, the unwillingness of command staff to change.
· Vic’s humorous and informative tell-all books about life in the NYPD.
· The reaction Vic received from his former colleagues regarding his books, the answer might surprise you.
· Vic’s life as an author.
· What life was like as an NYPD detective on 9/11 and his firsthand accounts from ground zero.
· Common NYPD misconceptions that are generated from Hollywood and other media outlets.
All of this and more on the conclusion of my interview with Vic Ferrari!
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