Felons, Flames & Ambulance Rides, Edited by Marilyn Olsen
In 1995, New York State Police Captain Roger Fulton had an idea...The result was the Police Writers Club that included both officers and writers and offered an annual conference and writing competition. Five years later, the club’s members published CopTales 2000, an anthology that included the works of contest winners and other submissions.
In 2007, the club changed its name to the Public Safety Writers Association (PSWA), and is now a national organization providing an annual conference, a writing competition.
Felons, Flames and Ambulance Rides: Stories by and about America’s Public Safety Heroes contains the works of members of PSWA.