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Southern Magic, Birmingham, Alabama is pleased to present:
LIEUTENANT DANNY J. AGAN, ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT (Ret.)
Date: Saturday, February 25, 2006
Time: 10 AM to 3 PM
Location: Homewood Public Library, 1721 Oxmoor Road, Homewood, Alabama
Cost: $10 for non-Southern Magic members (paid at the door); $0 for S-M members
Lunch will be provided: Sandwiches, chips, dessert. Everyone to provide their own drinks
Bio: Danny Agan joined the Atlanta Police Department in 1974. Following graduation from the Atlanta Police Academy in July 1974, he was assigned to the Foot Patrol Unit for two years. In 1976, he was transferred to the Narcotics Unit as a plainclothes officer. In 1978, he was promoted to the rank of Detective, which soon led to an assignment with the Homicide Unit the following year. As a Detective assigned to the Homicide Squad, he gained experience investigating aggravated assaults, officer involved shootings, murders and other death investigations.
Agan continued to rise through the ranks with promotion to Sergeant in 1982 and then promotion to Lieutenant in 1990.
During his tenure as a supervisor with APD, Agan was assigned to the Sex Crimes Unit for 5 years, the Field Operations Division for 8 years, and the Homicide Squad for 8 years, 4 years of this time spent as Homicide Commander. Agan has extensive experience in the field of violent crime investigation, particularly murder and rape. Job experiences over the years have included investigating and supervising serial offender investigations.
Agan retired from the Atlanta Police Department in 2003 and is currently working as a consultant in the field of violent crime.
During his program, Danny will take you through a mock crime scene, show how evidence is processed and witnesses and suspects are interviewed. You will get the opportunity to see what a real homicide detective does on a crime scene.
Please email Christy Reece (email@example.com) to reserve a space. This will help us determine an estimated number of people expected to attend.
For directions, go to www.southernmagic.org.