True crime TV specials and podcasts are extremely popular right now. So, the Evansville Police Foundation has a pretty cool event coming up that will give you the inside look at solving a real crime.

CSI: Evansville, Past and Present

This annual fundraiser, hosted by the Evansville Police Foundation, is your chance to step into the shoes of a real CSI investigator. On Thursday, April 11th, 2024, at the Old National Bank in Evansville, Indiana, you'll get the inside scoop on a high-profile case that captivated the city.

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PHOTO: investigation CANVA EPF

The case they plan to feature has been solved, so everyone who was involved with it will be able to explain why crimes can't be solved in one hour (Here in the real world).

But wait, there's more!

This isn't just any ordinary lecture. Before the program, you'll have the exclusive opportunity to meet and mingle with some of Evansville's finest:

  • Vanderburgh County's new Prosecuting Attorney, Diana Moers
  • Lieutenant Robert Hahn ‍
  • Members of the EPD Adult Investigations Unit and SWAT Team
  • The officers presenting the CSI program ️‍
  • Evansville Police Foundation Board Members and Staff

Here's the Deal:

  • Registration fees are tax-deductible donations to the Evansville Police Foundation, supporting our local law enforcement.
  • Different tiers offer varying levels of access, including observing a Mounted Patrol training session (how cool is that?!)
  • light snack will be provided to keep your sleuthing energy up.

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So, why should you attend?

  • Support a good cause: Your participation directly helps strengthen public safety in Evansville.
  • Unravel a real-life mystery: Get the inside scoop on a captivating case from the detectives who cracked it.
  • Meet the heroes behind the badge: Connect with the amazing individuals who serve and protect our community.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to combine entertainment, education, and giving back! Mark your calendars for April 11th and head over to the Evansville Police Foundation website to secure your spot.

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