Bernie Kerik went from America’s cop to America’s top criminal justice reform advocate
Washington Examiner -

From his rise to New York’s top cop, to President George W. Bush’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security, to serving three years in a federal prison, Bernie Kerik’s life has been full of ups and downs. But determined to make the comeback stronger than the setback, the former New York City Police Commissioner is back, and with a new purpose.

Read this story at


Related Articles