Members of the Echuca-Moama community once again have an opportunity to get the inside scoop on crime when the Echuca Branch of the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation present 'Inside Story' next month.September 19, 2012 4:29am
Respected crime journalist and famed ‘underworld’ reporter John Silvester will be one of two distinguished presenters to speak at next month’s ‘Inside Story’ in Moama.
Once again the Echuca Branch of the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation will provide members of the community with an opportunity to experience the ‘Inside Story’ on crime, with this year’s event at Moama Bowling Club on October 17.
All funds raised supports the purchase of vital equipment for Echuca Regional Health’s Emergency Department.
Possibly most widely recognised as the senior crime reporter for The Age, Mr Silvester has been a crime reporter based in Melbourne since the late 1970s.
He has written, edited and published crime books that have sold more than one million copies in Australia.
John’s work was adapted into the top rating Underbelly television series shown on Channel Nine and he has presented in a series of award winning television crime documentaries.
Detective Senior Sergeant Ron Iddles has been a member of Victoria Police for 35 years, 24 of which have been served with the Homicide Squad.
He will take the audience on a detailed and compelling journey through the exhaustive and thorough process of criminal investigation.
Tickets are $30 per person, which includes a light meal.
Individual tickets can be purchased at www.stickytickets.com.au/9327 .
For information, phone ERH’s Deidre Madilli on 5485
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