Without Fear or Favour
The Life and Politics of An Urban CopBook - 1999
William McCormack is a bigger-than-life character who, as Chief of Police of the metropolitan police force from 1989 to 1995, was often in public conflict with politicians, but was much loved by the public and the police who worked for him. In this colorful, hard-hitting book, McCormack tells about run-ins and friendships with notorious politicians and police officers, including Jack Ackroyd, Roy McMurtry, John Sewell, Jack Marks, Jack Leighton, and Susan Eng. McCormack covers it all: from the days when police busted heads without turning heads to the 1990s when their every move is followed by news cameras.
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