Get an insight into the camaraderie, sense of purpose and the down and dirty of being a cop in the Big Apple. Welcome to this episode of "One More Thing Before You Go", where we get an inside look into the world of the NYPD from a retired Detective. In this episode, we will be talking to Vic Ferrari about his experience with the New York City Police Department and get his insight into topics such as what it was like to work for the NYPD, what it was like to be on the ground at Ground Zero during the 9/11 attacks, and how that experience shaped his career. We'll also discuss what really goes on at a crime scene and if there's a funny side to cop culture. So, stay tuned for this unique opportunity to learn the ins and outs of being on the job in the city that never sleeps!
My guest in this episode is Vic Ferrari, a retired twenty-year member of the New York City Police Department and author of 6 books including: NYPD: Through The Looking Glass: Stories From Inside America’s Largest Police Department, The NYPD’s Flying Circus: Cops, Crime & Chaos, Grand Theft Auto: The NYPD’s Auto Crime Division, and NYPD: Law & Disorder to name a few, where he shares his journey as a cop in New York City with remarkable attention to detail combined with a sarcastic flair, Vic exposes the good, the bad, and the ugly of America’s largest police department. (**WARNING; EXPLICIT LANGUAGE USED) Find out more at https://beforeyougopodcast.com
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Retired NYPD detective turned author
Vic Ferrari, author of NYPD Through The Looking Glass: Stories From Inside America's Largest Police Department, The NYPD's Flying Circus: Cops, Crime & Chaos, and Grand Theft Auto: The NYPD's Auto Crime Division, is a retired twenty-year member of the New York City Police Department who refuses to write in chronological order. With no formal training or Harvard degree, Vic's managed to write four behind the scenes books about his former employer. With remarkable attention to detail combined with a sarcastic flair, Vic exposes the good, the bad, and the ugly of America's largest police department.
When Vic's not writing, he's combing the beach for change with his trusty metal detector or tending to his neurotic Irish wolfhound.
A Bronx resident for forty years, Vic now spends his time traveling the country in his custom Winnebago.