Mike Brooks is a television news correspondent for CNN, currently based in Atlanta, Georgia. He appears regularly on HLN's Nancy Grace's show, and Prime News and gave significant coverage of the Anna Nicole Smith paternity controversy, as well as the Virginia Tech massacre. Currently, Brooks can be seen on Tru TV's In Session (formerly Court TV), where he provides commentary as their law-enforcement analyst. He is 6'5" tall.
Donald Worden is a retired Baltimore Police Department detective who was featured in David Simon's non-fiction book about the homicide unit, Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets. Worden, a native of Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood joined the department in 1962, and had worked in the department's Northwestern district before becoming a Homicide Detective. He was featured as a veteran member of Sergeant Terry McLarney's Homicide squad working under Shift Lieutenant Gary D'Addario. Worden was nicknamed The Big Man and provided the inspiration for the Homicide: Life on the Street character Stanley Bolander, played by Ned Beatty.
Chang Apana (December 26, 1871 – December 8, 1933; Chinese name: 鄭阿平) was a Chinese-Hawaiian member of the Honolulu Police Department, first as an officer, then as a detective. He was acknowledged by Earl Derr Biggers as the inspiration for his fictional Asian detective character, Charlie Chan.
Inspector John J. (Jack) Manion, (1877–March 1959), San Francisco Police Department, was a veteran officer assigned by Chief Dan O'Brien in 1921 to head up the notorious 16-member Chinatown Squad which had been established in 1875.
William J. Caunitz (1933–1996) was a New York City Police Department officer who used his own experiences to write best-selling thrillers.
James Robert "Jim" Leavelle (born August 23, 1920) is the former Dallas, Texas homicide detective who was escorting Lee Harvey Oswald through the basement of Dallas Police headquarters when Oswald was shot by Jack Ruby.
Robert David Keppel (born 15 June 1944) is a retired American law enforcement officer and detective best known for his work investigating serial killers Ted Bundy and Gary Ridgway.
Jack A. Cole is an American drug policy reform activist and retired police officer. He is the executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (or LEAP), a non-profit organization composed of former and current police officers, government agents and other law enforcement agents who oppose the current War on Drugs.
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