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Christine Mannina

Wrong Christine Mannina?

Robbery Detective

Phone: (317) ***-****  
Local Address:  Indianapolis , Indiana , United States
Department of Public Safety
03 South Main Street
Waterbury , Vermont 05671
United States

Company Description: The Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) Web site provides schools, health care facilities, local governments...   more

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Discovery Enterprises International, 30 Sept 2009 [cached]
The Shift (8x60; Crime & Investigation) follows Christine Mannina, a star homicide detective with the Indianapolis Police Department with a 100% solved rate and her fellow officers in one of the mostcrime-ridden cities in the U.S.
Notes: Detective Christine ..., 16 Mar 2007 [cached]
Notes: Detective Christine Mannina of the Indianapolis Police Department's Homicide Unit, said that on October 22, 2005 at approximately 10:30 p.m.
Notes: Detective Christine Mannina of the Indianapolis Police Department's Homicide and Robbery Branch reports that on July 16, 2005, at approximately 4:00 a.m. Robert Moore, 24, and his brother, John Moore, 22, were in their car at the intersection of 30th and A. J. Brown Avenue when someone shot them with a high powered rifle.
A Career in Law Enforcement | Single Minded Women, 11 Jan 2011 [cached]
While not a traditional route, it is nevertheless the path Detective Christine Mannina's career has taken.
Great at the Job
Mannina is a detective in the highly-acclaimed Homicide Investigations division of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Over the course of her career as a homicide detective, she has maintained an impressive 90 percent case solve rate, high above the national average of 61 percent. She also boasts a virtually unheard of 95 percent conviction rate-nearly every person she has arrested who has been tried for homicide has been put away.
Mannina has received numerous awards during her career in law enforcement, including Detective of the Year, Officer of the Month, and the Medal of Merit, as well as several certificates of commendation. She graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy with honors.
Perhaps it is no surprise then that Mannina is featured in the Investigation Discovery (ID) channel's docu-series "The Shift," a show about the work of homicide detectives at the Indianapolis police department. Currently in its second season, "The Shift" is ID's highest-rated original series, thanks largely to the work and personality of Detective Mannina.
Mannina has also appeared in the television series "Cops" and "Women and the Badge."
Her speaking engagements and position on the police force, along with her television presence, have made Mannina a role model for young women who say she has inspired them to enter the field of law enforcement.
If this weren't enough, she plans to share her experiences via yet another medium. Mannina is currently working on a book about her career, which she hopes will serve as another window into her world. It will include insights into crime and human nature from this strong, independent woman's point of view.
If you're interested in a career in law enforcement, you can learn a lot by following Detective Christine Mannina on the job on "The Shift.
Tags: Career, career choices, Detective Christine Mannina, The Shift, womens careers
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Metro homicide ..., 8 Nov 2009 [cached]
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Metro homicide detective Christine Mannina is asking for help solving one the city's most recent homicides. The property owners where it happened are also asking for help and offering a unique incentive.
On Halloween Night just before 9 o'clock Metro Police officers called Homicide Detective Christine Mannina to 2113 Sussex Lane at the Nottingham Village Apartments near 21st Street and Post Road. There she found 24-year-old Jonathan Brewster shot to death.
"People are concerned of the fact that there were a lot of children out there it wasn't very late at night and there were a lot of shots being fired. I think we are very lucky and blessed at this point that there weren't more casualties out there," Det. Mannina said.
So far, Mannina says she has some leads but hasn't made an arrest, "I think a lot of people out there know who did it and I have had come forward to tell me who has done this."
She says she needs something solid.
2 of 5 slain overnight Friday visited same nightclub, police say |, 6 Aug 2006 [cached]
IPD Detective Christine Mannina said Bell left the club and drove around in the van with about six other people, looking for the person from the Underground.
The person they were looking for wasn't there, Mannina said, so Bell "just started shooting."
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