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Anna Mydlarz has been a career law enforcement officer, serving with the city of Buffalo Police Department for over 20 years.  She has had experience in patrol work and has been promoted to detective, serving with the burglary task force, vice squad and narcotics squad.  She currently serves in the communication crime unit, which specializes in high-tech crimes. stalking, telephone harassment, and Internet crimes.  Furthermore, she serves on several task forces that are at the foremost of emerging issues. 

 

Anna Mydlarz co-authored with Donald Hutton Guide to Homeland Security Careers and Guide to Law Enforcement Careers.  According to the book description of the Guide to Law Enforcement Careers, “Hundreds of jobs are listed and described in local, state, federal, military, and special law enforcement agencies. Here’s advice on where to look for job openings, how to apply, and how to meet law enforcement agency qualifications. Careers cover a variety of areas including municipal police officer, deputy sheriff, corrections officer, state police officer, federal agents, criminal investigators, and many more. Advice is given and opportunities are cited for current and recently retired law enforcement officers. Helpful web sites are listed in this edition, and more than 100 law enforcement insignia patches are illustrated.”

According to the book description of Guide to Law Enforcement Careers, “Hundreds of jobs are listed and described in local, state, federal, military, and special law enforcement agencies. Here’s advice on where to look for job openings, how to apply, and how to meet law enforcement agency qualifications. Careers cover a variety of areas including municipal police officer, deputy sheriff, corrections officer, state police officer, federal agents, criminal investigators, and many more. Advice is given and opportunities are cited for current and recently retired law enforcement officers. Helpful web sites are listed in this edition, and more than 100 law enforcement insignia patches are illustrated.”

According to the book description of Guide to Homeland Security Careers, “In the wake of 9/11, Homeland Security has become the forefront of national issues and the center of a growing source of new employment. New careers are already opening, not only in military and law enforcement fields, but also in scientific research, cyber technology, bio-medical technology, disaster assistance and relief, air marshal operations, intelligence operations, and many other areas. This brand-new directory describes career opportunities in these and related security fields. The authors describe job designations in detail, and provide addresses, phone numbers, web sites, and a helpful glossary of Homeland Security terms. They also offer detailed advice on résumé preparation and making a good impression at a job interview. Additional information includes details on background checks and sources of specialized training that relate to homeland security. This brand new directory will be valued by a wide audience, including high school and college students, as well as law enforcement, military, and medical personnel who are looking to advance their careers.”


Guide to Law Enforcement Careers (Barron's Guide to Law Enforcement Careers)
Donald B. Hutton  More Info

Guide to Homeland Security Careers
Donald B. Hutton  More Info

One reader of the Guide to Law Enforcement Careers said, “being in law enforcement for several years, I have spoken to many people about this field. I lent your book to a college student in the criminal justice course at mohawk valley community college. He, along with his teacher, found it to be very helpful.”

About the Buffalo Police Department:

According to Police Officer, Cindy Diem and Lieutenant Michael Kaska of the Buffalo Police Department, “On April 20th 1832, the village of Buffalo was abolished and the City of Buffalo was incorporated. From its inception the City of Buffalo has been the second largest city in the State of New York The opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 provided a way of hauling goods from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes for transportation westward, thus making the City of Buffalo a gateway to the west.

 

A demand for additional police protection became progressively more evident as Buffalo continued to grow. The citizens of the City of Buffalo became increasingly alarmed by the rowdy activities occurring each night in what was then known as the "Canal District". Mayor Johnson submitted a proposal to the Common Council on March 16th 1834, which described the urgent nee to establish a city watch.  Finally on September 19th 1834, the Common Council passed a resolution that enabled the Mayor of the City of Buffalo to appoint Watchmen.”

 

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