Up Beat and Down Dale: Life and Crimes in the Yorkshire Countryside
Remote farmhouses appear to be the targets, which stretches Mike's small team to the limits. Then, as winter sets in, two dogs are found running loose - Mike fears the owner has gone missing in the dreadful weather and is forced to call on a full-scale search. I picked up this book on impulse, I don't usually read much non-fiction.
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However, I did enjoy this view of modern day policing in a very pretty part of rural England. From an author who was a policeman for many years, it contains enough humour to soften the impact of some nasty crimes.
I'll probably look for another by the same author. Stratford Library Your cart is empty. Log in to your account.
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Advanced search Recent comments Tag cloud. Login: Password:. By: Pannett, Mike. Mike Pannett is a former police officer and author of five books recounting his experiences as an officer with the North Yorkshire Police. He stood as an independent candidate for North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner in the election.
Pannett was born in York and attended the Joseph Rowntree School. However, he left with no qualifications, and got a job working as a parts salesman for Ford Motor Co. He then served in the Territorial Army as a NCO before taking the police admissions test at the age of Pannett joined the Metropolitan Police in , becoming one of the youngest officers to be given his own 'patch'. In , he transferred to the North Yorkshire Police , becoming a rural beat officer and later a wildlife officer.
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Following this, he was inspired to write about his time with the North Yorkshire Police. Ahead of the general election , Pannett published a manifesto in The Yorkshire Post detailing what he believed should be the policing priorities for the political parties. In December , Pannett announced his plans to stand as an independent candidate for North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner in the election. Announcing his candidacy, he said: "I cannot stand by and watch policing levels and capacity regressing back to the 's.
We are all sick and tired of being spoon-fed government spin that crime is falling and all is well in frontline policing. This simply isn't what we are experiencing right in front of our eyes in our own communities.
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