Attention, COPS and NURSES: HELP!

img_2351-3I have a little murder mystery I’m writing, and I need a little input in a few places.

I’m more than 52,500 words deep in it, but there are things to be corrected before I finish.

For example, NURSE friends,

a detective heads to the emergency room late at night to make sure she doesn’t have a broken ankle. She has to get a few stitches, maybe an x-ray, but…

would you read the scene and tell me what rooms they go to and what’s involved?

POLICE OFFICER friends and detective story enthusiasts:

I have the stuff written, but I need to know things like:

  • How do cops (specifically detectives) refer to their guns? Service weapons? That’s what they say on the news, but if cops internally say something different, your insights would be helpful.
  • Do they carry their guns around inside the station?
  • What type of gun do they typically carry? (Tampa PD website and new stories indicate they used to carry 9mm Glocks and are switching to a 9mm Seg.)

I may have a few other questions for you, so any input is helpful!

If you want to help, please CONTACT ME and send your help in!





Published by Dan Alatorre AUTHOR

USA Today bestselling author Dan Alatorre has 50+ titles published in more than 120 countries and over a dozen languages.

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