Harriet Fox is a Correctional Officer who lives amongst the darkest and most evil of society in a county jail in California. She is a Jail Training Officer, Emergency Response Team member and Honor Guard member. Having an inquisitive mind, Harriet is intrigued by the criminal mind, gangs and mental illness within the walls of the correctional system.
Prior to becoming a Correctional Officer, Harriet had the opportunity to delve into a law enforcement field experiencing positions including: Reserve Police Officer, 9-1-1 Communications Dispatcher, Crime Prevention Officer, and Police Cadet. Reaching twenty years into her law enforcement career, Harriet is still passionate about the work.
Harriet has used her corrections experience to become a columnist for www.correctionsone.com and has several short stories published in Amazon’s bestselling Justice Shall Be Served: An Anthology. Harriet has been a writer since childhood and is interested in writing more true crime, non-fiction, and possibly dabbling in fiction.
Harriet has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration with a minor in Sociology and plans to get a Master’s Degree in the criminology field. Harriet is passionate and loves life and is looking forward to retirement which will allow more time for family, writing, reading, traveling and volunteering in her community.