Policing in America is dangerous—especially in recent years. Law enforcement officers need to be constantly vigilant. Danger lurks everywhere. But not all danger is physical or even mental. There’s a spiritual danger. Only now is this danger beginning to be addressed in policing. But who are the experts in this area? Who should take the lead? Physical health professionals tend to the physical. Mental health professionals tend to the mental. Who are the spiritual health professionals? Author Tim Rupp combines his experience and knowledge as both a law enforcement officer, pastor, and chaplain to address moral injury in policing head-on. Tim pulls no punches. He writes like officers want—straight and to the point. Moral Injury in Policing teaches officers to be spiritually vigilant to both protect and heal from moral injury.