SDPD Sergeant Wes Albers Authors “Black and White” a police procedural novel.

[Ashland, Or] Sergeant Wes Albers of the San Diego Police Department, and author of the novel Black & White, has just signed with CopWorld Press— a new, independent publishing company dedicated to helping authors with a connection to law enforcement tell their stories.

Sergeant Albers has served in a number of different communities throughout San Diego and has extensive field experience as a training officer, evidence technician, border team supervisor and emergency negotiator. He presently serves as Director of the Southern California Writers’ Conferences in San Diego, Los Angeles and Palm Springs where he has spent many years in the writing community helping new and aspiring authors
realize their dreams of publication. When not writing, Wes teaches at Alliant International University.

CopWorld Press, located in Ashland, Or., publishes true crime, mystery fiction, police procedurals, personal memoirs and other genres dealing with cops, crime and/or the “day-to-day experiences of the men and women who so bravely serve our communities and citizens.”

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2 Responses to “SDPD Sergeant Wes Albers Authors “Black and White” a police procedural novel.”

  1. John Says:

    Tim Smith hi,
    I live in Ashland, my son Jordan Fisher Smith wrote a ‘cop book’ Nature Noir, released in 2005, about his time as an enforcement ranger in the California Park system. I think you’d enjoy reading. Ashland library has it.
    Each chapter is a stand alone story about him and/or his mates operating out of a trailer in a quasi state park wild area on the American River based in Auburn. Check it outordanfishersmith-Smith.

  2. TB Smith Says:

    Hi John: I read your son’s fine book soon after it came out. Thanks for sharing the memory of it with me.

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