CTU Denver Hosts CSI Day

What are careers really like in the field of criminal justice? This is exactly what Victoria Parker, a local crime scene investigator and Colorado Technical University criminal justice professor, will be sharing with Denver residents during the university’s annual CSI Career Day.  This event is free and open to the public and will give prospective students an inside look at a career in criminal justice. During the event, attendees will observe how evidence is gathered through a staged murder scene, package different types of evidence, observe taser demonstrations and test their fingerprinting skills.

When:    Saturday, May 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where:   CTU Denver North campus, 1865 W. 121st Ave. Building C, Suite 200, Westminster, CO 80234


RSVP:    (303) 362-2900


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