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Police Told They ‘Must Consider’ Psychic Advice


New official guidelines have advised police should not rule out any information or guidance received from psychics, clairvoyants and witches. The College of Policing, which is responsible for governing police procedures across England and Wales, said police involved in missing person inquiries should evaluate reports from anyone with ‘extrasensory perception’. The guidelines advise that officers look into any new leads and evaluate information within the context of the case. The College of Policing states: “Under revised professional standards released for consultation this week, officers are reminded: “High-profile missing person investigations nearly always attract the interest of psychics and others, such as witches and clairvoyants, stating that they possess extrasensory perception.” “Any information received from psychics should be evaluated in the context of the case.” The document adds that psychic advice should not “become a distraction to the overall investigation and search strategy unless it can be verified.” The College recommended that detectives should look into whether psychics had had any ‘accredited success’ in solving mysteries in the past. A spokesman from the College of Policing explained that ‘accredited success’ means: “if they have a proven record of helping police in the past, then that should be taken into account.” Missing persons cases often attract offers of help from psychics, many of which are thoroughly investigated and have proved to be in many cases, absolutely correct. One of the most famous cases is that of Paula Brown who went missing in 1996 in Sydney, Australia. In the days after her disappearance, Paula’s fiancé reached out to a psychic for insight into her whereabouts. Using a grid map, a plumb line and a lock of Paula’s hair, the psychic recommended police focus their search around Port Botany in Sydney. Paula’s body was discovered less than two kilometres from the location indicated by the psychic. New South Wales Police subsequently stated, “the speculation by a clairvoyant appears to have been uncannily accurate.” For decades, criminal investigations have taken advantage of psychic guidance and cases often gain a tremendous amount of media attention (both good and bad). Many psychics prefer to work without public attention when helping in a criminal investigation. Psychics who are working on a criminal case will often make use of different skills and abilities, which police detectives may not otherwise possess. For example, they may use a crystal ball to guide them or psychometry on a physical object associated with a missing person to gain information on their whereabouts. While many may question the reliability of psychic guidance in a criminal case, others realise that it is infallible. With this new development in the police force, it seems as though psychic abilities may soon prove to be one of the most valuable instruments in unearthing hidden information and uncertain facts in criminal cases. Psychic readings can be amazingly accurate and give comforting guidance when we need it the most. Psychic Light offer phone readings with talented and experienced readers; if you’d like to get in touch simply follow the instructions here on our website.

Posted: 07/10/2015

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