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PAIR A NORMAL GUYS INC RADIO: AUTHOR INGRID P. DEAN "THE SPIRIT OF THE BADGE"

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Ingrid P. Dean is a detective sergeant, forensic artist, and 20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police. Ingrid helps promote her profession by showing fun-loving support, hope and optimism for fellow police officers seldom appreciated for their intuitive, perceptive and transient nature. “Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles, and Intuition” began as a culminating project for Ingrid’s Master’s Degree in transpersonal psychology and related studies. The project grew as more police officers began to share their extraordinary stories, resulting in an informative, delightful, collection of exceptional, heart-warming experiences. Ingrid has a B.A. in Art from Wayne State University, is a professional artist, musician and writer. She is also a state-licensed polygraph examiner and teaches the art of detecting truth and deception. Drawing upon her own knowledge and experience in different spiritual, psychological, and philosophical schools of thought, Ingrid attempts to share a fun, balanced, comprehensive perspective of law enforcement and the positive contributions they make. Ingrid has worked the trenches, chased felons and wrecked cars! She had her own near-death experience in the line of duty. She has put her fair share of felons in prison for life. Ingrid is a pilot and loves to fly. She is an accomplished musician and studio artist. "Spirit of the Badge: 60 True Police Stories of Divine Guidance, Miracles, and Intuition" shows that many committed, dedicated, and devoted police officers--regardless of their public image and personal well being--will do whatever it takes to assist and resolve a traumatic and/or threatening situation, to the point that they go "beyond self" and their ego. They go beyond their five senses, even if it entails injury or their death. Consequently, officers develop their inner wisdom utilizing their intuition, logic, and common sense in order to survive and make the best choices.

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