Fun Q&A session with SecurityInfoWatch.com on the early days of my career.
Here is a quick excerpt from the Interview:
Q: Do you recall your first arrest or your first court testimony?
Fitzgerald: It wasn’t my first actual arrest, but maybe after my fourth or fifth, I had to go to court for a case involving a “beat” who had stolen an expensive three-piece suit from my store. The hearing was in City Hall in downtown Philadelphia. It was quite intimidating too. Even though I was a college grad with a degree in criminal justice, it didn’t prepare me very well for my first-ever courtroom experience. And my training, or lack thereof, at the store’s security department didn’t help me at all either. I spend a full chapter in the book recounting that particular story, the difficulties I experienced that day, but then how it made me a better store detective and law enforcement professional afterwards.
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