In 1984, Deborah Locke graduated as a constable in the NSW Police Force. Young, blonde and pretty, she looked forward to her life as a copper. But within a year she was already being drawn in to the dark circle of police corruption in Sydneyâ€s underworld. The lines between cops and crims were blurred. Bribery and corruption, substance abuse and sexual harassment were commonplace. After working her way to Detective Senior Constable, Locke enters dangerous territory when she decides to blow the whistle on her crooked colleagues... This is the story of a gutsy young woman who stayed true to what she believed in no matter the cost.
About The Author
Deborah Locke is a former NSW Police Detective. As a result of her prominent public role in establishing the Wood Royal Commission, her expertise is often sought both as a guest speaker and as a the media commentator on matters relating to police corruption and the treatment of whistleblowers. She lives in Sydney with her husband Greg and their three children.
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st December 2009
Publisher: ABC Books
Dimensions (cm): 21.0 x 13.9 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.29