My Stories

  • Don’t be shocked by a pedofile
  • Donuts and Ammunition
  • Life is good again
  • I tried and failed
  • At the jail
  • I lost my…donkey? -Lux
  • Crazy Monkey lady call
  • Get outta here!!
  • Riots and Shootings! – by Lux
  • Manny on the Run — Simon
  • The double drunk
  • The motorcycle chase that got me in some hot water
  • You are picking on the wrong cop!
  • Screaming ladies and fake ID’s
  • The cat-sitter and Officer B.
  • Funny story about a cop that made a mistake….Imagine that!
  • Stolen Bike
  • THANK YOU, T-SHIRT
  • 2012 foot pursuit…..by Didymus
  • Introducing “FL Toddy”



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Welcome to Last Night’s Shift, by Russell Rowley.

I have been writing and posting my experiences for more than 15 years. During that time I’ve been providing details of my life and times as a police officer. I created this website so I can pass on my experiences and teach people what REALLY goes on in the mind of those who are involved in Law Enforcement.


Newest Posts
Donuts and Ammunition
Life is good again
Don’t be shocked by a Pedofile

During my time on the street, I’ve worked with a police officers, sheriff deputies, Highway Patrol Officers, and even officers from any what-have-you-force.
 
One reason I write and post stories is so that I can give a real picture into what is really happening in the Life on the Beat.
My stories include the ups and downs of police life. I talk about the high speed chases, the family fights, the patrol cars, the bickering from the hallways and police department parking lots.
 
As a note of interest, during the earlier years of my web presence, I owned the domain “Life on the Beat”, however, I started working as an undercover officer with the department. I was lucky enough to work some large cases. During those years I was unable to write about my experiences (though, I’m putting a book together…which because of legal reasons, might be 10 years before I am able to publish it). I let the domain name expire and the rest is history. Many of my stories detailed the shifts I worked the night before, so “Last Night’s Shift” is a domain that I feel is very fitting for my posts.
 
I’ve also made a lot of friends over the last 15 years. Some are internet friends, so are friends in my real life. I’ve asked  a few of them to share some stories on my site. So, take some time to read their posts as well. We all love comments…. only good ones though :)    So, take the time to let us know what you think.
 
As I think about the old days of my site, I can brag that I was “blogging” before blogging was even invented. In fact, the first online blog I ever saw. It interested me so much that I was sorta sad that I hadn’t beat someone to the punch.
I’m a street cop, so I guess it’s better to stick with that.
 
(By the way…..the stories you read are true. But, if I get in trouble, I’ll deny I said that, LOL)
 
In the meantime, take the time to “Like” my page on facebook, “Last Night’s Shift“
and send a friend request to “Russell Rowley“.
My twitter account is
@lastnightsshift
 
ALL I ASK FOR IN RETURN IS FEEDBACK.
 
Give me a suggestion of what you want to read
Ask me a question about Law Enforcement
Send me a Story


Post on my comment box below, tell me how long you’ve been a fan, where your from, or other fun stuff.


my email address is Lastnightsshift @yahoo.com —take out a space when you paste, so the spammers have a hard time

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  • Art Lefkowitz (Thursday, February 27 14 10:44 pm EST)

    Russell, Thanks for 10 years of good reads. Have you ever had to arrest a friend or relative? Has anyone you ever arrested got back to you and told you, you did the right thing?
    Arty
    Sebring, FL

  • Art Lefkowitz (Wednesday, January 01 14 06:14 pm EST)

    Russell, Thanks for 10 years of good reads. Have you ever had to arrest a friend or relative? Has anyone you ever arrested got back to you and told you, you did the right thing?
    Arty
    Sebring, FL

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