In 1991, Sergeant Bill Hubbard was a member of the Lubbock Police Department,
assigned to the identification section. What begins as a routine task sends Hubbard
on a collision course with a corrupt forensic pathologist and “power-hungry district attorney.” As one reader said, “Well written, quick paced and quite a ride. It's easy to get lost in this book,
until it sends a shiver down your spine when you remember this is a true story.”
About the Lubbock
The Lubbock Police Department is organized into four divisions: Administration; Patrol; and, investigations.
Patrol Division of the Lubbock Police Department
maintains social order through enforcement of laws, timely response to calls for service, preliminary investigation of criminal
offenses, apprehension of offenders, enforcement of traffic and parking laws, furtherance of crime prevention efforts through
interaction with citizens, and a deterrent presence. Staffed with 230 officers, Patrol is the largest division
in the Lubbock Police Department. It includes Accident Investigation, Bicycle, K-9, Motorcycle, Mounted, Parking Control and
Public Service Officer units in addition to four Patrol shifts.
The Administration Division of the Lubbock Police Department includes Administration, Training,
Records, and Communications. The Communications Center is under the direction of the Communications Center Manager, who reports
directly to the Assistant Chief of Police, Administration. There is an Assistant Communications Center
Manager and three Shift Supervisors. The Department has one Administrative Assistant. The
Center is authorized at 36 Dispatchers. Entry level is a Public Safety Dispatcher I (PSDI).
Once the PSDI level of training, experience, and performance meets criteria, the dispatcher advances to Public Safety
Dispatcher II (PSDII) and assumes additional duties as Lead Dispatcher and Communications Training Officer (CTO).
The Investigations Division includes Person Crimes,
Property Crimes, Juvenile, Identification, and Special Operations. Investigations serves and protects the health, safety,
welfare and morals of the public by conducting criminal investigations and enforcing laws governing public health, order,