Brush up on your detective skills at Essex Police Museum
Aspiring young police detectives can brush up on their skills at
Essex Police Museum on August 18.
The ‘become a police detective’ event will give children a
chance to write in invisible ink, learn about fingerprints and make
a detective door hanger.
Museum curator Becky Wash said: “Detectives have a fascinating role
in policing. They search for clues using many methods, including
fingerprints and the use of DNA.
“We want to give children an insight into being a detective while
making it fun.”
This event is hands-on learning for children aged five and
Visitors are welcome at Essex Police Museum, Police HQ,
Sandford Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6DN between 11am and 4pm.
For further information on this event and others at Essex Police
Museum contact the museum curator Becky Wash on 01245 457150 or
or visit www.essex.police.uk/museum