“Crossing the red line” The book by Mr. Ali Dizaei will soon be published in its third edition
It was decided that the first, second, and third editions of Mr. Ali Dizaei’s book (crossing the red line) would be published shortly after the book’s daily success.
In the United Kingdom, Dr. Ali Dizaei joined the Metropolitan Police in 1986. Before that, he trained as a barrister and earned an honors degree in law in London.
He rose quickly through the ranks of the police and was the only non-white officer accepted into the Accelerated Promotion Course. He spent two years as a special escort for members of the British Royal family, including the Queen, and worked as a detective in the Criminal Investigating Department (covert operations).
In 1993, while he was in charge of a town in Oxfordshire, he was promoted to Inspector. He received a rating of exceptional for his performance as commanding officer. He was elevated to chief inspector in 1996, where he was in charge of the City of Oxford’s crime, public disorder, and counterterrorism operations. He joined the prestigious Police Staff College Bramshill in the UK in 1997 to teach senior UK police officers about the law and sensitive police operations.
He was made Scotland Yard’s youngest Superintendent in 1999 and became the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Head of Policing Operations. He was in charge of all firearms operations and coordinated the security of 140 Royal Borough embassies.
In 2000 the previous Home Secretary publically commended him with a certificate for outstanding contribution to policing diverse communities in the UK.
The author discusses his book: I thought to myself, “This is precisely how the book ought to end.” with the idea that a person’s life is defined by their memories. It is a treasure that we use to keep all of the memories that are important to us because it helps us remember the difficult times in our lives.