Log 6: Managing cases August 2008
Times are tough right now. Gas prices are high, work is slow and the rent is due. But some things matter more in life than working for tips. We had a special Campus Crime event and I was not going to miss the opportunity to spend some time with a major figure in police management. I will work a double shift later.
Meeting retired DeKalb County Police Chief Eddie Moody was inspiring. He was sweet and kind as he talked about his slain friend and colleague, sheriff-elect Derwin Brown. But he was decisive and clear when he talked about the investigation of the 2000 slaying, and the team of officers who investigated the case of a well-known public figure gunned down outside his own home. Read full article »