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H.D. Justice was born on the West Coast of the United States. Growing up, he always had a passion for law enforcement. When he was of age, he applied and was accepted to the Great State of Nevada’s Highway Patrol academy and has spent all of his time since working in law enforcement.

His passion for motorcycles soon led him to join the motor squad for the Nevada Highway Patrol and to help train other officers in police motor operations. He established lifelong bonds with his fellow officers and continues to work in the field of law enforcement. H.D. Justice is the author of Confessions of a Las Vegas Motorcop.

According to the book description of Confessions of a Las Vegas Motor Cop, it “is an outrageous, fun, funny and entertaining romp through the experience of a NHP Motor Trooper. Everything you could ever imagine that is supposed to stay in Vegas comes pouring out in this incredible and often stunning confessional straight from the experiences of a Vegas motor cop. You will not be able to put this page-turner down, as you read stories from a stripper who lacks modesty to crazy criminals who flirt with gun play, and from just stupid people who do dumb things to off-road riders who lack common sense- all taking place in and around Vegas.”


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About the Nevada Highway Patrol

According to the Nevada Highway Patrol, “In 1908 the Nevada State Police was created to provide a state level law enforcement presence as a result of labor strikes in the mining communities. When Henry Ford made ownership of the automobile accessible to the populous of America by mass producing the Model T Ford, the problem of enforcing the laws of the road soon followed. On June 23, 1923, the first Nevada State Highway Patrolman was hired by the Nevada Highway Department under the supervision of the Inspector of the Nevada State Police. This officer and the Inspector of the State Police would travel throughout the State collecting automobile registration fees and enforcing the laws of the highway. Nevada was one of the first western states to have an organized highway patrol function.

Today the Nevada Highway Patrol serves the citizens and visitors of our State with 356 commissioned officers and 177 civilians. The duties of the Patrol range from enforcing the laws on the highways to operating the State's criminal history repository. The headquarters office is located in Carson City with regional offices in Las Vegas, Reno and Elko. The Nevada Highway Patrol is dedicated to ensuring safe, economical, and enjoyable use of the highways: protecting peaceful citizens against violence and disorder and assisting law enforcement agencies throughout our State and the nation.”

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