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December 1, 2016
MEDIA OFFICE

SA Shauna Dunlap                                                                                                                                                         
PAS Christina Garza

 

FBI Houston and The Harris Foundation to Host CSI Day at Local School

 

(HOUSTON, TX) - The FBI Houston Field Office and The Harris Foundation’s Dare to Dream Program will host their biannual CSI day tomorrow, Friday, December 2, 2016. This time, at Atherton Elementary in east Houston.

 

Dare to Dream scholars from five area schools will have the opportunity to learn about some aspects of the FBI by visiting "discovery stations" set up by the FBI’s Evidence Response Team (ERT), such as fingerprint lifting, shoe and tire impressions, and protective equipment. Students will also have the opportunity to visit inside the FBI’s Mobile Response Unit.

 

WHO:              FBI Houston and The Harris Foundation Dare to Dream Program

 

WHAT:            CSI Day          

 

WHEN:            Friday, December 2, 2016

                        9:45 a.m.

 

WHERE:         Atherton Elementary School

                        2011 Solo St.

Houston, TX 77020

                       

FBI Houston is proud to be part of the Dare to Dream (DTD) team. DTD began in 1995 as a program to boost self-esteem and provide positive role models for children in elementary and middle schools. The program's foundation is Dr. Bernard A. Harris' credo: “I can Achieve, if I Believe and Conceive my dream.” DTD has been co-sponsored for 20 years by the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department and Communities in Schools.

 

Christina Garza

Public Affairs Specialist/

Community Outreach Coordinator
FBI Houston Field Office


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