Mean Streets - Life in the Apartheid Police (Book 2) The Mean Streets

Mean Streets - Life in the Apartheid Police (Book 2) The Mean Streets (Jacobus Kotze)
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"Outstanding book, 1 of 3 on the SAP by the author.... Genuine honest look from the inside by one who was there, did that, got the T-shirt and all the rest."

"These books provide an entertaining glimpse into not only the world of Law Enforcement but also into a department which has been under media attack for decades. Of course Apartheid was a terrible and racist system, and the police enforced those very laws, but the author does an excellent job in explaining the reasons behind this in a clear and concise manner. If you try to understand ANYTHING from the police point of view, the author's reasoning will answer some tough questions. The series is informative, funny, entertaining, and a series i enjoyed reading..." wrote a former NYPD officer.

This, the Second Book in the Series, is an honest and unconventional account of the author's time on the mean streets of South Africa during its worst years. A story of a man, a junior officer that grew up in Apartheid South Africa and joined the Police at the age 18 with the specific purpose to serve , to hunt criminals and terrorists and kill them if needs be . He would go on to become an attorney at one of the most famous human rights law firms in Africa.




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CategoryBiography & Memoirs
AuthorJacobus Kotze
Book DetailsPaperback / 430 Pages / Black & White Text
Size 228 x 152mm
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