Walking With the Devil: The Police Code of Silence - The Promise of Peer Intervention
What Bad Cops Don't Want You to Know and Good Cops Won't Tell You.
Michael Quinn, Margot Willett
Wallking With the Devil is required ethics reading in law enforcement academies and college programs across the United States. It is the foundational resource for the Peer Intervention training featured in the New York Times regarding New Orleans Police Department (EPIC) and the Police Executive Research Forum.
"Not only is the book a must read for anyone in law enforcement , but I believe it contains a lot of applicability to ethical dilemmas in all sorts of other professions and life situations." Coleen Rowley, Times Magazine 2002 Woman of the Year
"This book should be mandatory reading for any police recruit. It should also be the basis for a national program to implement programs to encourage the officers to intervene, stop, and deter misconduct." Stephen C. Parker, Retired Chief of the Civil Rights and Police Misconduct Unit, U.S.Attorney’s Office, Western District of TN
"Walking With the Devil should be considered required reading for all police academia curriculums, and is highly recommended for anyone who is on the job." Midwest Book Review, July 2005