2017 - Quincy College Criminal Justice - Colloquium
June 11, 2015
Whistle-Blowers: Exposing Crime and Corruption,
a textbook by Lerner Publishing Group, profiled Justin Hopson as a famous whistleblower and featured his award winning book, "Breaking the Blue Wall: One Man's War Against Police Corruption."
February 15, 2014
Breaking the Blue Wall: One Man's War against Police Corruption reaches #14 on Amazon's True Crime book list, hitting its highest sales mark to date!
June 14, 2013
We The People: A Portrait of Whistleblower Justin Hopson writtenby Jay Netherton states that, "regular people like Justin Hopson who possess the fortitude to go against the grain in support of a higher purpose that transcends any job description or social norm are the same kind of regular people who founded the freedoms that set America apart from so many other nations. It’s not a matter of clout, it’s not a matter of recognition, it’s a matter of caring."
July 24, 2013
South Carolina Governor, Nikki Haley, appointed Justin Hopsonto State Advisory Committee
March 4, 2014
Long Island Press interviewed Justin Hopson relative to police corruption
April 24, 2012
Bloomberg News: Renewed Focus on NJ Police Misdeedsfeatured commentary by Justin Hopson relative to corruption.
December 6, 2012
ABC News 20/20: Confessions of a Cop interviewed Justin Hopson about his experience fighting police corruption and featured his award winning book to millions of viewers.
February 14, 2014
ABC News 20/20: Cops Caught Speeding with Deadly Consequences
consulted with and interviewed Justin Hopson. Remarkably, 4.69 million viewers tuned-in.
May 27, 2012
The Post and Courier: Taking on the "Blue Wall" Hopson shakes up NJ State Police
profiled the trials and tribulations of retired trooper, Justin Hopson.
June 13, 2013
River Cities Reader: War on Whistleblowers written by Kathleen McCarthy
memorializes Justin Hopson and other whistleblowers by stating that, "without whistleblowers - employees within government and big business, at all levels, who risk their livelihoods and sometimes lives - the American public (and world) would have no knowledge about many of the most outrageous, dangerous, and covert activities perpetrated upon society."