The police see everything-the best and worst of humanity, from accidental tragedy to psychopathic crime. As part of Macon, Georgia Law enforcement from the 1970s through 2016, Sergeant John Neal Smith experienced it all. This memoir is a first-hand account of the realities that most citizens never see, from shooting a rock star he grew up with to a high-speed kidnapping chase that set the freeway on fire. These hard-hitting, honest stories about police who are victims of racism and of public misperception will change the way you see cops. Gripping, real, and compelling, this is a book you won't be able to put down.