Do you want to hear how crime scenes are processed?
Do you want to find out who does what and how leads are developed and followed?
If your work features any type of crime (committing or solving) , join me for an enlightening evening on 28th September 2015 at 1900 – 2100 for the very first Learn Crime From the Experts course run by the Nottingham Writers’ Studio, 25 Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 1FH.
This is the very first of a series of expert talks organised by the Nottingham Writers’ Studio that will help your work stand out and ensure you get the crucial details right.
Further details are available from the Nottingham Writers’ Studio
If you can’t make it, maybe buy yourself a copy of 218 Facts a Writer Needs to Know About the Police available on Amazon by clicking the title above or on the picture of the cover to the right.
Not only will you get 218 facts, you’ll also see 40 story ideas based on those facts in 36 different areas of policing.
Topics covered include but are not limited to:
- the organisation of the police
- crime scene attendance, assessment and investigation
- police intelligence work
- police interviews
- custody suite issues
- the role of the Senior Investigating Officer
Use 218 Facts a Writer Needs to Know About the Police to make your stories realistic, to provide you with ideas you’d never thought of before and best of all, to prevent you from embarrassing yourself in front of your readers.
If you think your friends or colleagues would find the book useful, please let them know about it.
Happy and informed reading.