Larry Forletta interviewed me about my career chasing traffickers and terrorists around the world. Listen to “From Crime Writer to Crime Fighter with Jeffrey Higgins.” https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/from-crime-writer-to-crime-fighter-with-jeffrey-higgins/id1545989763?i=1000523030690
My debut novel launched today! I was a DEA agent for over 20 years, and I want to share this milestone in my new writing career with my fellow LEOs. Trapped on a storm-damaged yacht, a grieving woman must conquer
My short story, The Interrogation, is available on Amazon’s Kindle Store for $1.99 and free on Kindle Unlimited. If you enjoy it, I’d appreciate a good review. Hillsborough County Deputy Sheriff Alec Barnes begins his first day as a narcotics
I’m excited to announce my short story, “The Interrogation,” has been selected as a Quarterfinalist in Screencraft’s 2021 Cinematic Short Story Competition.
On June 29, 2020, ABC News interviewed Jeffrey Higgins about police shootings and racism. Anchor Betsy Singer, from ABC 6 News in Rochester Minnesota, spoke with Higgins about his recent article in Law Enforcement Today. Watch the interview HERE and
I’m excited to announce my book contract with Black Rose Writing. I’m honored to write for this excellent publishing house and join their impressive stable of authors. My debut thriller, “Furious,” will launch on May 20, 2021. Trapped on a
LEO Round Table June 8, 2020 Jeffrey appeared on the LEO Round Table podcast to discuss the statistics around police shootings of unarmed black men and the variables contributing to racial disparities. Watch the video
American Thinker By Jeffrey James Higgins Published March 11, 2020 It’s time for DEA to blitz Afghanistan. DEA should commit additional manpower and resources to fill the vacuum created by the U.S. military’s drawdown. It may seem strange to
PoliceOne.com By Jeffrey James Higgins Published September 27, 2019 This month’s poem is by Jeffrey James Higgins, a former police officer and retired DEA supervisory special agent. He wrote the poem after observing people walking the streets of Manhattan – a shining
Crack the Spine Literary Magazine Published by March 1, 2019 Jeffrey James Higgins Age: 53 Location: Alexandria, Virginia Education: I have a BS in journalism, from Boston University, and an MS in criminal justice, from the University of Cincinnati. The Writer How long
Crack the Spine Literary Magazine By Jeffrey James Higgins Published January 25, 2019 The sailboat’s white hull reflected the sun—the bleached fiberglass glowing atop the murky waters of the Potomac River—offering the ancient promise of escape, relaxation, and adventure.
Adelaide Literary Magazine By Jeffrey James Higgins Published November 2018 I wrote My Grandfather’s Eyes many years ago, after the death of my grandfather. It was chosen as a finalist for the best essay of 2018 and published