Bradley Nickell 


Bradley is currently a 26 year veteran police detective in Las Vegas.  Bradley has served as a Patrol Officer, Bicycle Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer and as a Detective.  Bradley spent 17 years assigned to the Repeat Offender Program, a unit whose primary focus is catching the worst criminals in Vegas who have been in and out of prison multiple times.  Once they are caught, these criminals are referred for special prosecution under Nevada's habitual criminal laws.  Much like the "three strikes" laws in other states.


In 2009, Bradley spent great time and effort in working with the Nevada Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice and the Nevada Assembly who were considering weakening Nevada's habitual criminal laws.  After significant opposition was presented including statistical data that demonstrated the need and value of tough sentences for Career Criminals, the proposals to take the teeth out of Nevada's tough habitual criminal laws were eliminated.  For his tireless efforts, Bradley was awarded the prestigious Exemplary Service Award by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.


Bradley was awarded the International Association of Chiefs of Police "Saved by the Safety Belt" award in 1993 after a near fatal on duty traffic collision with a drunk driver.


Bradley formerly served in the U.S.A.F. as an enlisted man in the SR-71 Blackbird program.


Bradley possesses an A.S. in Criminal Justice from Yuba College, California.


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Warren Jamison 


Before Warren's death in 2015, he had been a collaborative writer (aka ghostwriter) with over three decades of experience working with many diverse clients in the United States and a few in other countries.


Warren had written, co-authored or edited 50 books, over half of them carry his credit line. Warren had published about 4 million words on a variety of topics. Sales of his credited books exceed 2 million copies.



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