A story about race, identity, belonging and displacement, Kill the Black One First is the memoir from Michael Fuller - Britain's first ever black Chief Constable - whose life and career are not only a stark representation of race relations in the UK but also a unique morality tale of how humanity deals with life's injustices.
Michael Fuller was born to Windrush-generation Jamaican immigrants in 1959 and experienced a meteoric career in policing, from the beat to the Brixton inferno through cutting-edge detective work to the front line of drug-related crime and violence on London's most volatile estates. He took a pivotal role in the formation of Operation Trident, which tackled gun crime and gang warfare in the Afro-Caribbean community, and was later appointed as chief constable of Kent.
Kill the Black One First is a raw and unflinching account of a life in policing during a tumultuous period of race relations throughout the UK. Narrated by the author.