Aside from the history of a bias and prejudice thought process and the explanation of why people tend to think or assume opinions at certain times, Hayes dedicates a chapter on the various parts of the brain and what areas control certain thoughts. This interesting chapter provides a factual look at how the brain works. With that, since Hayes was a former officer himself, he delves into some of his own experiences during his career and how those situations were handled giving readers a true inside look into the mind of an officer.
Blue Bias is a good book to refer to for those who are about to attend the police academy, are in the midst of it, or are still rookies as well as for civilians who wish to understand the mind of a police officer better. The experience and the knowledge Hayes has provides an outlook on how to limit prejudice in policing. It is an intellectual and interesting book for all audiences.