Who says police work and spirituality don’t come together? For skeptics on this issue, it is time to change your views as a spiritualist is standing for a Police and Crime Commissioner Election.
A member of the Stourbridge Spiritualist Church for over 13 years, Mark Rumble, who was born and bred in West Midlands joined the police force in 1974 as a cadet. He became a constable in 1976 and later became a CID detective.
Mike Rumble is not only a regular police but is also an effective dog handler. In the course of his career, he was able to handle regional crimes and drugs squads wherein he got involved in national and international operations. When he suffered a heart attack while being assaulted by a suspect he was trying to arrest, he was forced to retire from service.
When he was asked how he was taking the accident, he said that issues of the heart were common in his mother’s side of the family. However, he said that he was only 38 when he had a heart attack and he was very fit and living a healthy lifestyle. He then grew to be afraid of his life and about dying.
“A friend of mine took me to Stourbridge church and I purposely wore tatty jeans and a T-shirt, because I didn’t really want to go through the doors. I’d gone to a C of E church when I was young and to be frank the vicar was a horrible man. He looked down his nose at working-class people and of course I was a working-class lad, so I expected the same attitude. But when you walk through the door at Stourbridge they don’t look at what you’re wearing, they’re only interested in you as a person. I received some very good survival evidence over the next few weeks, which put my mind at rest and stopped me worrying about dying, and the reception I received from Eric Hatton on that first visit inspired me to return time and again,”
Since that time, he retrained as a defense advocate wherein he established his own agency that provided staff to solicitor’s firms in England and Wales. If he gets elected on November 15, he said he will already retire.
Source : http://www.psychicnews.org.uk/articles/SpiritualistinCrimeCommissionerelections