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Chuck Klein has a combined 25 years experience as a police officer and licensed private investigator; including two years experience as a police officer in the city of Woodlawn, Ohio.  In addition to holding a Bachelor of Laws Degree he is an active member of International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI), American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers (ASLET). Chuck Klein is the author of The Badge: Stories and Tales from Both Sides of the Law; Instinct Combat Shooting: Defensive Handgunning For Police And Personal Protection; The Power of God; The Way It Was: Nostalgic Tales of Hotrods and Romance; Creativity Handbook: A Formula for Originating Ideas; Klein's C.C.W. Handbook; Circa 1957; and, Lines of defense: Police ideology and the Constitution.

 

According to the book description of The Badge: Stories and Tales from Both Sides of the Law, “This is a unique collection of historically and technically correct short stories based on life experiences as a P.I. and cop in small town/suburban America. With a few exceptions, all are true. The work is void of graphic sex, language or drug use. It's a fun read though some of the stories are a little hairy.”

According to the book description of Circa 1957, “Coming of age, historically and technically correct novel, set during the era of early rock & roll and hot rodding.”

According to the book description of The Way It Was: Nostalgic Tales of Hotrods and Romance, it is a “series of hotrod stories by author of Circa 1957 in collaboration with noted illustrator Bill Lutz.”

According to the book description of Instinct Combat Shooting: Defensive Handgunning For Police And Personal Protection, “In a gunfight, where lost time can result in lost life, checking your sight picture is about the worst thing you can do. Instinct shooting exchanges luck for skill, honing the natural tendency to focus your eyes on the threat and combining it with learned, accurate pistol control.”

About the Woodlawn Police Department

The Woodlawn Police Department has a staff of 12 fulltime patrol officers supervised by 1 sergeant per each of the three shifts. The sergeants are under the direct supervision of the Police Lieutenant, Jack Bennett. The entire division is headed by the Chief of Police, Colonel Walter Obermeyer.

 

The police department has many duties and assignments in addition to road patrol. The department has a community resource / crime prevention section, bike patrol, investigation unit, drug task force unit (Narcotics Enforcement Entry Team / N.E.E.T.), and property code enforcement. These assignments are just a few examples of our additional responsibilities to help us protect the citizens of Woodlawn.

 

The police department has a highly trained investigative division. The division is under the direct supervision of Lieutenant Bennett. Woodlawn’s investigative body consists of both Detective Fetter and Detective Pitsch. Both detectives have received extensive education and intense training in criminal investigations and forensic investigations. The detectives investigate all major felony charges and select misdemeanors. The responding patrol officer is trained to investigate the misdemeanor cases assigned to them.

 

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The Badge: Stories and Tales from Both Sides of the Law
Chuck Klein  More Info

Instinct Combat Shooting: Defensive Handgunning For Police And Personal Protection
Chuck Klein  More Info

The Power of God (Instabook)
Chuck Klein  More Info
The Way It Was: Nostalgic Tales of Hotrods and Romance
Chuck Klein  More Info
Creativity Handbook: A Formula for Originating Ideas
Chuck Klein  More Info
Klein's C.C.W. Handbook
Chuck, Newberry, J. Stuart (Edited by) Klein  More Info
Uniform Firearms Policy
Chuck Klein  More Info
Circa 1957
Chuck Klein  More Info
Lines of defense: Police ideology and the Constitution
Chuck Klein  More Info

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