They're a new breed of cop - on the street and in the precinct.
Once, they were required to wear high heels and tote their guns in purses. Today, women in law enforcement are legally equal to their male counterparts.
Yet reports tell a different story, one of an isolated, punishing world that has been virtually unknown on the outside - until now. Here, in their own words, women police reveal what it's like to work in the "the biggest boys' club in America."
From big cities and small towns, state forces and federal agencies, these officers talk about discrimination how it is played out in the academy, squad car, station house, and locker room; how they cope - and sometimes fail to cope - with the code; a cryptic set of rules that can kill a cop of broken; and their own electrifying war stories from the crime front.
With voices of remarkable candor, Breaking and Entering shows how women are changing policing itself - and shaping a new model of heroism.
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases and a reader's crease.
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