LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — If you missed your chance last year, the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Citizen Series is back.
The program gives the public a better understanding of how the prosecutor's office works.
For six weeks, the series will cover a variety of topics including criminal investigations, the court process, and each division of the office.
Prosecutor Patrick Harrington said right now, the program only accepts 25 people but it could grow in the future.
"We would like to do it more than once a year and then maybe increase it," said Harrington. "But if you increase it too large we are afraid we won't get the personal involvement and interaction where people ask us questions and feel comfortable about doing that."
Harrington said eventually, they want to open the program up to high school students as well.
He said the program won't put you to sleep. It's designed to be interactive.
Last year's participants were pleased with the experience.
"They gave us really positive feedback on what they learned, how it's not what they see on night time TV shows," said Harrington.
If you would like to sign up, click here.
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