Fans of true crime will have the opportunity to listen to an experienced detective talk about his career working on high profile crime cases at the Meca later this year.
Catching Killers - an evening with David Swindle will take place at Swindon's Meca on Thursday 15 September.
The show will run from 7.30pm - 10.15pm.
A spokesperson for the event said: "You will be gripped and fascinated listening to this vastly experienced “real” detective who has 45 years investigating high profile crimes in the police and now in the private sector talking about the cases he has worked on and live cases he is involved in."
Independent Reviewer, Investigator, Crime Expert, Media Voice and former Detective Superintendent David Swindle / Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) worked on hundreds of murders and complex high profile UK wide investigations during his 34 years in the police.
This is includes his management of the Glasgow Airport Terrorist Attack investigations and formation of the UK wide Operation Anagram to trace victims of serial killer Peter Tobin.
Since retiring from the police in 2011, David continues to utilise his high profile investigative, crime expertise and international networks with his companies 'David Swindle Crime Solutions' and 'Victims Abroad' providing multilingual expert international advice, review and investigative support for families whose loved ones are killed abroad as a result of homicide or in suspicious unexplained circumstances
Individuals may also know David from his appearances on TV Crime Documentaries, True Crime venues, reports in the media, and his podcast 'Swindle’s Search for The Truth.'
David said: “Serial Killers are cunning conniving controlling careful and I hate to say clever individuals who live apparently normal lives and get away with their crimes for years until eventually detected.”
Tickets for the show can be found online at https://www.mecaswindon.co.uk/events-tickets/catching-killers/