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Fugitive Man

Hunting Violent Criminals for the FBI and Searching for Justice for the Innocent Convict

Robert Cromwell

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  • Hardcover: 146 pages
  • Dimensions: 7.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-63505-079-0
  • Publication Date: 2016-10-25
  • MCP Books

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Fugitive Man

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We’ve all seen how the criminal justice system is portrayed on TV. From NCIS and Law & Order to White Collar and Cops, we’re led to believe that we know how the system works. But how much do we really know about what goes on?

Author Robert Cromwell has actually been there, behind the lines, searching for truth and justice—and finding that they are not always easily connected. 

Cromwell details his own story—his work as a New Jersey police officer and NCIS agent, and his twenty-two-year FBI career—looking at some of his more interesting cases along the way and giving us the chance to see inside the day-to-day workings of an agent’s life. As we read Cromwell’s story, we also come to understand why, despite the incredible good it does, the criminal justice system is
not always just.

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Robert Cromwell

Robert Cromwell retired as an FBI Special Agent in Charge following a distinguished twenty-two-year career. More than half his FBI career involved investigations within the FBI's Violent Crime Program and he was recognized by the FBI Director as one of the FBI's most successful fugitive hunters. Prior to joining the FBI, Cromwell served as a New Jersey police officer and a Special Agent with NCIS, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Following retirement, Cromwell became part owner of the Police Community Net, an online learning center for law enforcement, featuring nationally recognized subject matter experts providing online courses in law enforcement subjects. He also serves on the Board of the Innocence Project of Florida, working to exonerate innocent people wrongfully sent to prison, and is currently Board Chairman.