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The BU Citizens CSI Academy is Back

by Tara Moore, PhD
January 9, 2013

May 17, 2010: CSI 2: The Final Exam

If you have not been able to attend previous academy sessions, now is your chance to go behind the caution tape to see how crime is really fought in the twenty first century.

To see a little bit of what you will learn in these classes, watch the video above.

Hundreds of Hollistonians are better prepared to help HPD keep us all safe.

 

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Comments (5)

Very interested in taking course but due to Fire Fighting training and E.M.S. con-ed classes on Monday nights makes it impossible.Would B.U. consider offering another class on a different evening? Please note:Sherlock Holmes was a relative. Wait a minute,just kidding! JG

- John E. Gagnon | 1/13/13 10:44 AM

This is a very enjoyable and informative class. It's taught by the best in the business and you get to meet wonderful people. Don't miss it!

- Ann Jeye | 1/12/13 5:21 PM

I agree that this program is not to be missed. Not only are there professional presenters each week but you get hands on experience with many aspects of crime scene investigation. You come away with a whole new outlook on crime investigation.

- Dennis Bergeron | 1/11/13 9:28 AM

I agee with Bill. This is a fabulous course taught right here in Holliston, and only in Holliston, by the best in the business. You won't want to leave at the end of the evening!

- Paul | 1/10/13 6:22 PM

This is a great program. It is informative,educational, energetic and interactive with classmates and faculty, and fun too. The faculty is well educated and will share criminal investigation experiences in crimes familiar to all. You will understand the work involved solving criminal actions and you will become a critic of TV crime shows. Sign up now.

- Bill Tobin | 1/10/13 7:38 AM

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