A hard-hitting and honest memoir from Michael Fuller, Britain's first black Chief Constable, who reflects on his astonishing life growing up in care and his extraordinary experience of the race and cultural barriers in his career.
Michael Fuller was the first ever ethnic minority chief constable
in the UK. He joined the Metropolitan Police Service in 1975 as a
cadet and served in uniformed and CID positions throughout London.
Michael has helped set up the Racial and Violent Crime Task Force
and Operation Trident.
A Search For Belonging previously titled Kill the Black One First is his first book.