CSI Portsmouth a great success-photographs from the morning programme and more to follow from the afternoon programme tomorrow

CSI Portsmouth 2011 held on Saturday 5 November at the John Pounds Centre, Portsmouth, England was voted a great day's entertainment by the people who attended it. Over a hundred people attended the packed morning programme of talks and a hundred and fifteen the afternoon panel debate.

Here are some photographs from the morning programme and tomorrow I'll post some from the afternoon panel debate.

The morning programme consisted of talks from former Detective Superintendent and crime writer Bob Bridgestock, fingerprint expert Jane Aston from Hampshire Police Fingerprint Bureau, Lucy Wainwright, forensic psychologist from the University of Portsmouth International Centre for Research in Forensic Psychology and me on Writing A Crime Novel.

From left to right: Back: Carol and Bob Bridgestock, Jane Aston. Front: Pauline Rowson, Lucy Wainwright

Bob Bridgestock - True Crime- How a Murder Scene is Worked
Jane Aston- Hampshire Police Fingerprint Bureau
Lucy Wainwright-Forensic Psychology
Crime author, Pauline Rowson - Writing a Crime Novel
Also at CSI Portsmouth for the day, the girls from the Fingerprint Bureau, Emma and Kerrie

CSI Portsmouth was launched in 2010 and is part of Portsmouth BookFest, a festival of popular literature. It is organised by Pauline Rowson in conjunction with The Hayling Island Bookshop and Portsmouth City Libraries.

Photographs from the afternoon panel debate on tomorrow's blog.

Make a diary note for CSI Portsmouth 2012, which will take place on Saturday 3 November for a great line up of crime authors and crime experts for an even bigger event.


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