The story of Christian police officer Natalie Vellacott, with humorous and heart-breaking stories from life in the Force.
Natalie Vellacott worked in Sussex Police for almost a decade, during which time she investigated almost every type of crime from traffic offences, thefts and minor assaults to burglaries, rape and murder.
These revealing and often humorous stories from the frontline of policing address the questions Natalie is most frequently asked as a former “cop”: what is the worst incident you dealt with? the funniest? the craziest? the most serious? She also shares personal life experiences, showing how these impacted the way she dealt with issues that arose in police work.
A fascinating read; hard to put down!
Natalie served as a police officer at Sussex Police in England for ten years – she still enjoys watching police and crime drama series on TV. Her humorous and revealing autobiography ‘Planet Police’ was published in late 2015.
Natalie later became a Christian missionary to the Philippines after falling in love with a group of street children addicted to solvents, whilst serving on-board the missionary ship Logos Hope. ‘They’re Rugby Boys, Don’t You Know?’ and ‘The Logos Life’ detail aspects of her cultural and spiritual experiences.
Natalie is currently in England working for a voluntary organisation that shares hope in Jesus via the internet. She regularly updates her blog and, being an avid reader, writes honest, Christian-perspective book reviews using Goodreads as her main platform.