The Forensic and Crime Science department at Staffordshire University are organising a ‘Wine and Crime’ Night, to be held from 7pm – 9pm in the Science Centre, Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent.
The evening will include: a short presentation on the differences between factual and fictional crime from Phil Lee, former Detective Chief Inspector and Senior Investigating Officer at Staffordshire Police; an interactive panel discussion on crime related topics, with panellists including crime writers Mel Sherratt and Claire Atherton, and members of the forensic and crime science department; displays including a mock-crime scene, interactive courtroom presentation and demonstrations of equipment used in crime scene investigation; stalls including booksigning by Mel Sherratt, crime-related games, books, and other Forensic Science stocking fillers.
If you are interested in finding out more about Criminal Investigations, becoming a crime author, or just fancy having a look at some of the exciting facilities, book your tickets now. This event is open to over 18’s only, and it starts at 7pm (doors will be open from 6.30pm on the night).
Tickets are £5 per person, which includes entry to all the events and displays, a glass of wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) and entry into a prize draw.
To reserve tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, and how many tickets you would like to reserve. Alternatively you can ring Laura Walton on 01782 295925.
Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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