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Frank Serpico

Frank Serpico is a retired NYC Police detective who in the 1970s exposed widespread corruption in the NYC Police department. A best-selling book by Peter Maas entitled SERPICO chronicled his police exploits resulting in a movie by the same name starring Al Pacino. He is animal and civil rights activist and the recipient of the 2001 Jolene Marion Memorial Award for the advancement of animal law and the NYPD’s Medal of Honor.

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