DEA Special Agent: My Life on the Front Line

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DEA Special Agent: My Life on the Front Line


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DEA Special Agent: My Life on the Front Line
by Lew Rice

DEA Special Agent is one mans account of his experience as a special agent with the DEA. Lew Rice chronicles the history of drug trafficking, the evolution of the agency from its inception in 1973 to the present, the investigative strategies that the agency employs and the life of a special agent. Rice also tells stories about how undercover operations work and the influence one arrest has on the larger picture of drug enforcement.

This work is an inspirational story for all that explains how one man can make a difference to improve the quality of life around him, not for fame or glory, but because it is the right thing to do.

About the Author

Lewis Rice is a retired DEA Special Agent. During his career as a DEA Agent, he was assigned to New York City; Kingston, Jamaica; Miami; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; and Detroit. At the height of his career, he was in New York City as the Special Agent in Charge of the New York Division, the largest operational office in the world. His work, DEA Special Agent: My Life on the Front Line, is a partial record of not only what a Special Agent endures on the front line of drug enforcement, but of the unique experiences and challenges faced by African Americans in law enforcement.

Mr. Rice is married and has four children. He is a member of the Association of Former Federal Narcotic Agents, NOBLE, and ISMA. Lew is also a member of the Board of St. Johns University College of Professional Studies, DARE, Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, Hale House and the Law Enforcement Explorers Program. He spends his free time fishing, reading, and helping children reach their full potential.

(2008, paperback, 88 pages)