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Christine Mannina

Indianapolis Police Department
Indianapolis, IN
With over 21 years of law enforcement experience, Christine Mannina served for nine years as one of the most successful homicide detectives for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Her 95-percent solve and arrest rate garnered her the 2005 Detective of the Year Award. She has investigated over 700 cases including homicides, death investigations, aggravated assaults, domestic violence, and robbery. She has spectacular skills in interview and interrogations, court testimony, and firearms.

Mannina is currently Director of the police department's Explorers Program for middle and high school students which teaches them about the tactics and training of law enforcement. The program recenlty received the St. Vincent Health 2016 Spirit of Caring Award presented by Indiana Governor and now Vice President of the United States Mike Pence. She also serves as a department recruiter and travels around the country to speak about the rewards and benefits of a law enforcement career.

Christine Mannina has the unique gift of bringing to life the real cases of her career. She is a consummate storyteller with the uncanny ability to draw you in that's unmatched by anyone in the field, thus making her a rising star in the law enforcement industry and the speaker circuit. Her natural talent to mesmerize audiences was recognized by television executives who fell in love with her charisma and featured her in the homicide investigation show The Shift that aired for three seasons on Investigation Discovery. In the Spring of 2017, the network also featured one of her most notorious cases on Real Detective. Mannina was also featured in the docu-reality show Women and the Badge​ on Oxygen.

Twitter: @TheManninaFiles