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Quarter Moon Rising
Kent Perry  More Info

About the Portland Police Bureau

The Portland Police Bureau maintains five state-of-the-art precincts, with over 1,000 sworn personnel and 350 professional staff. They are the largest police agency in Oregon. A partial list of assignments within the Portland Police Bureau includes: Patrol; Neighborhood response team; School liaison officer; Bicycle patrol; Traffic enforcement; Horse patrol; Domestic violence investigation; Crime analyst; K9 unit;  Drug and vice investigations; Gang enforcement; Air support; Special Emergency Response Team (SERT); and, Explosive Disposal Unit (bomb squad).

 

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Kent Perry retired after serving 28 years with the Portland Police Bureau. As a detective, he investigated more than 100 homicides.  His is the author of Quarter Moon Rising.  According to one reader/reviewer, “Quarter Moon Rising is a quick-paced, fun to read book. The characters are raw, and the story is intricate without being overly complicated. While I'm not, nor have I ever been a police officer, I am a fan of the genre. This book ranks up at the top of my list, and I look forward to future releases by Perry.”

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