University of Arizona Campus  •  March 10 - 11, 2018  •  9:30am to 5:30pm
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March 10-11, 2018 (9:30am - 5:30pm)

Law Enforcement in our National Parks

Authors Paul Berkowitz and Annette McGivney will address both historical and current Park Service and law enforcement issues. Berkowitz is a former ranger with books about Park Service law enforcement. McGivney will describe a homicide in the Havasupai Falls region. Assistive listening devices available.

Paul Berkowitz

Paul Berkowitz is a retired criminal investigator for the National Park Service. Berkowitz finished out his career working as a supervisory special agent in Chinle, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. He is also the author of "The Case of the Indian Trader: Billy Malone and the National Park Service Investigation at Hubbell Trading Post....

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Annette McGivney

Annette McGivney is an award-winning journalist and longtime southwest editor for Backpacker magazine. Her writing has appeared in Outside, Arizona Highways and Sunset. McGivney is the author of three books, the latest being "Pure Land: A True Story of Three Lives," "Three Cultures," and the "Search for Heaven on Earth," a remarkable look at the murder of a Japanese woman in the Grand Canyon in 2006....

Legacy of the Yosemite Mafia: The Ranger Image and Noble Cause Corruption in the National Park Service
Paul Berkowitz
Current Issues / Politics / Social Science
Trine Day/Kris Millegan
June 2017
ISBN 9781634241267
288 pages
$19.95, INSTORE
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Calling upon his unique experiences as a criminal investigator in the National Park Service (NPS), Berkowitz proves how an over-emphasis on image (the "ranger image") has led to an NPS culture that accepts misconduct. More/less

The Case of the Indian Trader: Billy Malone and the National Park Service Investigation at Hubbell Trading Post
Paul Berkowitz
History / Biography
University of New Mexico Press
October 2011
ISBN 9780826348609
376 pages
$24.95, INSTORE
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This is the story of Billy Gene Malone and the end of an era. Malone lived almost his entire life on the Navajo Reservation working as an Indian trader; the last real Indian trader to operate historic Hubbell Trading Post. More/less

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