Active duty or retired, being a police officer is an identity. Law enforcement officers take an oath to serve and protect. This book is an extension of that mission.
Good Cop, Black Cop is a moving and timely memoir that reveals how racism impacts people on both sides of the "thin blue line." It's a real-world view into racial inequity in America and ends with Moore's thoughtful perspective on the Black Lives Matter movement and what we as a nation need to do to heal.
"Clayton Moore provides a highly engaging and personal account of his experiences ... His own fight for justice reveals a great deal about race relations in the United States, making it an essential book in these turbulent times."
- Robert Alexander, PhD., Director, Institute for Civics and Public Policy at Ohio Northern University; CNN contributor
"Former Sgt. Moore's book was compelling, insightful, heart-rending, and thought-provoking all at the same time. Recommended reading for anyone analyzing America's interaction with the police of today."
- Attorney and former Akron Municipal Court Chief Civil Magistrate and appointed Judge, Orlando J. Williams
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