Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles and Intuition

Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles and Intuition

by Ingrid Dean
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Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles and Intuition by Ingrid Dean


Spirit of the Badge is an inspirational collection of real-life accounts that discuss the metaphysical, spiritual, and inspirational elements of police work. Stories were compiled from active and retired police officers from across the country, and highlight the human, humorous, intuitive, and miraculous side of law enforcement. This collection of real-life accounts shows the public that a majority of law enforcement officers oftentimes go beyond just the facts and are intuitive by nature, in direct contrast to the tough and gun-wielding officers who are often portrayed on reality television shows. Chapters consider subjects such as angels and apparitions; dreams and intuition; healing with humor, signs, symbols, and synchronicity; lessons of the heart; and unexplainable phenomena.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982082409
Publisher: Topaz Heart Publishing LLC
Publication date: 09/20/2009
Edition description: Original
Pages: 223
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author


Detective Sergeant Ingrid P. Dean has worked with the Michigan State Police for almost twenty years in a variety of capacities including road patrol, polygraph, forensic art, investigation, and major crime work. She is also an artist, musician, and teacher. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in art and transpersonal studies. Presently she works at the Michigan State Police post in Traverse City, Michigan.

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Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles and Intuition 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Joel Silver More than 1 year ago
This book's rightful home is in the trash. The writing is awful, the editing is terrible, and not a single story is believable. Don't waste your money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would love to read this book but BN has too many download issues for the iPad, can get the book but all it has is error messages. Still waiting for a refund!
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YuKnowJack More than 1 year ago
I had no idea this dealt with the occult or underworld. Just a bunch of ghost stories. I thought it was about dedication to the badge and what it stands for. Very disappointed in this book.
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PVTEYE1 More than 1 year ago
I Loved thr book, I love the stories that these people tell. The things you take for granted. Things that happen you can't explain, was it a Guardian Angel, Divine Intervention. I could NOt put the book down. I am almost finished reading it. I would definitly would give this book to the Police Officer friends of mine to read. The book is touching, Inspirational, Enlightening. One of the stories was written by a Grandville Police Officer, I live in Grandville MI, I thought that was so cool.Definitly FIVE thumbs UP. I would like to see a second book written by Ingrid Dean, Spirit of The Badge II
harstan More than 1 year ago
These sixty short contributions from various types of Michigan law enforcement officials are not just inspirational, which they are. The entries provide a deep look at what goes through the minds of police officers as they risk their lives. The compilation is further divided into a variety of topics to include: angels and apparitions; dreams and intuition; healing with humor, signs, symbols, and synchronicity; lessons of the heart; and unexplainable phenomena. However, that is irrelevant as the audience will appreciate each true life short story as they all are well written and seem to come from the heart and soul of the police officer. This is a strong engaging collection whether it is the sergeant looking back at his late mom's vision of his uniform, the bird pecking at a McDonald's bag that has the bomb squad fearing an explosion, the officer finding the teenage suicide victim before the wild animals run off with the corpse and take away parental closure, herding a drunken bear, or the premonition not to peak through the last window. Aptly titled, an appreciative audience will agree that Ingrid P Dean and her contributors figuratively and literally live up to the SPIRIT OF THE BADGE. Harriet Klausner