Police whistleblower from Hazelwood forges new career as writer and publisher
0 Have your say A former police officer from Hazelwood is enjoying a new lease of life as a writer and publisher after standing up for what was right led him to virtual destitution.
Father of two, James Patrick, lost his job with the Metropolitan Police in 2014 after blowing the whistle on the manipulation of crime statistics that was then being practiced by the London force.
As a result of the turmoil, James lost his marriage and then his first business before turning to writing - and then publishing - in order to turn his life around.
He said: “We have been doing really well so far -... read more
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