As Toronto's chief of police from 2000 to 2005, Julian Fantino faced a seemingly endless array of challenges: issues of ethnic sensitivity, rising crime rates, endless budget battles, corruption and vendettas, political spats, a hostile media, and finally, his controversial and contentious dismissal. This brutally frank, hard-hitting memoir describes both his humble beginnings in Italy and his rise through the police ranks, recounting with humor, passion, and honesty the details of a life devoted to public service.
Used availability for Jerry Amernic's Duty
October 2007 : Canada Hardback
October 2008 : Canada Paperback