How does one become a Psychic Detective?Becoming a psychic detective means earning the trust of law enforcement. Even then, it's likely your service to police will remain private and confidential. Since, generally speaking, law enforcement professionals do not reveal publicly or in a courtroom, they avail of extrasensory insights. What does a clairvoyant actually do when helping police? Well, a psychic detective might generate new leads by tuning into either the mind of a perpetrator, victim or missing person. A good clairvoyant may also retro-cognitively observe whatever the unfortunate events are that are under investigation. Acting as a remote witness, the psychic detective can then provide potentially useful information for police to follow up on.
"Psychics do not solve crimes. Police solve crimes. Psychics are just another resource at the authority’s disposal." - Jack Rourke
Jack Rourke lecturing about psychic police work with former FBI
Your Personal Psychic DetectiveDuring your personal reading, you will benefit from Jack's experience working as a remote witness for agency clients. Having honed his abilities working under such strict and controlled conditions, Jack is able to access practical extrasensory information for you that you can use to improve your circumstances.
"Jack Rourke read for my son and blew him away. He then read for me & several of my girlfriends. He is totally down to earth yet thorough, detailed, kind and very professional. I called while going through my divorce. Jack gave me specific information that was really helpful to me and my accountant. But when Jack told me the name of my husbands attorney I almost dropped the phone. It was an obscure middle eastern name. There's no way he could have known that. Jack is amazing and so helpful!"