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Retiring LAPD Chief Has Book Deal

August 13, 2009  | 


William Bratton, who has said he will retire as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department in September, is working on a book for Random House "about the importance of people and organizations working well with others," has has told the Associated Press.

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