30 minutes with the police.
Police Ten-7 on TV2 has brought Graham Bell into the living rooms of thousands of New Zealanders as he seeks the help of ordinary New Zealanders to solve crime. Graham has worked as a detective inspector on some of the most sensational cases of the past two decades. In this very personal account, he reveals the day-to-day lives of everyday police men and women, the frustrations and satisfactions of the job, the villains and the low lifes that the police protect society from, the inter-departmental tensions, police hierarchy and working with good and bad cops. Graham Bell takes us behind the scenes into the police investigations of some of the high profile cases that have gripped the media and the country. A policeman's lot may not always be a happy one but there is humour as well as tragedy as the quirks of the job and vulnerabilities of the author, suspects, and others are exposed. This is Graham Bell's compelling first hand account of life in the New Zealand police.
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