Investigative Police Sergeant Patrick Crough has over thirty years of law enforcement experience, including twenty years as a Major Crimes Investigator and Hostage Negotiator with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office in Rochester, New York.
Investigator Sergeant Crough and his colleagues in the Major Crimes Unit investigated murders and other reported homicides, suspicious deaths, physical assaults that result in serious physical injury, sexual assaults, crimes against children, police-involved shootings, and conduct covert special investigations.
He is also the author of Chronicles of a Rochester Major Crimes Detective: Confronting Evil and Pursuing Truth. He is married with three grown children and two grandchildren.
Today, Patrick is in full-time ministry with Millstone Justice, a non-profit, child advocacy group. The purpose of Millstone Justice is to educate parents, family members, teachers, day care employees, and caregivers about the threats that are posed everyday by child predators.