Dennis Nappi II is a former soldier and counterintelligence special agent. After completing a tour in Bosnia, Sergeant Nappi became a police officer in New Castle County, Delaware. Eventually, Officer Nappi realized a greater need in a violent Philadelphia middle school special-education classroom, where his military and police training were put to the test.
While deployed to Bosnia, Sgt. Nappi found himself assigned to a Tactical HUMINT Team conducting intelligence operations and investigating an active terrorist cell planning an attack against US interests. Follow his journey see how he and his unit worked to prevent the loss of American lives.
As a cop, Officer Nappi shares his accounts of comradery and tactical awareness while bringing to light the emotional stress his encounters on the street fostered. His accounts of violent altercations, tough ethical decisions, and a love for the brotherhood of officers present a detailed insight into the thoughts and feelings of an officer’s daily challenges.
In the education portion of Dennis’s book, he describes his chaotic encounters with a classroom filled with challenging and violent students coupled with a complete lack of support from his administrators. Dennis details how, despite the intense negativity, violent threats, and regular assaults against him, he grew to love his students because he recognized the great need they had for not just a strong education, but for someone to care about them. Dennis gives an honest account of the dire straits facing the inner city youth, and it makes a strong argument for the need to bring about immediate change in order to prevent a future filled with more violence and chaos in a city that is already suffering immensely.
Service brings to light the dire straits facing our youth and culture today, and offers a brighter alternative towards bringing about change. Start reading today, and become the change of tomorrow!