The event supports PAL programs including forensic science summer camps for middle and high school students provided in collaboration with local law enforcement
The Police Activities League of SW Washington (PAL) recently announced its upcoming Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Happy Hour fundraiser event.
The event supports PAL programs including forensic science summer camps for middle and high school students provided in collaboration with local law enforcement.
The event includes a mock demonstration of homicide investigation techniques facilitated by Vancouver Police Department Major Crimes Unit. There will also be a raffle for a K9 Ride Along with the Vancouver Police Department at the event. PAL Board member, longtime community leader, and historian, Pat Jollota will emcee this event.
The event will be on Thu., March 23, from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Red Cross Building, 605 Barnes St, Vancouver.
Limited tickets are available. Tickets include hors d’oeuvres and hosted beer and wine sponsored by Mt. Tabor Brewing and Maryhill Winery.
Tickets are available for purchase here: https://palofswwa.ejoinme.org/csihappyhour.
PAL’s mission is to build positive relationships between law enforcement and youth through educational programs and recreational opportunities. PAL offers year-round programs to children and youth at free or low cost.
Learn more about PAL by visiting https://palofswwa.org
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