Cub Scouts visit City Police

Part of the badge process for these Cub Scouts was to go through the forensics process at the police department. - Courtesy photo
Cub Scout Pack 1 pictured with K-9 Handler, Corporal Justin Hawkins. - Courtesy photo
Members of Cub Scout Pack 1 asking questions about Sgt. Mike Hawkins’ role as a Juvenile Officer/Investigator. - Courtesy photo
Sgt. Mike Hawkins shows the Cub Scouts a sample of how fingerprints can be taken and lifted from a crime scene. - - Courtesy photo

Part of the badge process for these Cub Scouts was to go through the forensics process at the police department.

Cub Scout Pack 1 pictured with K-9 Handler, Corporal Justin Hawkins.

Members of Cub Scout Pack 1 asking questions about Sgt. Mike Hawkins’ role as a Juvenile Officer/Investigator.

Sgt. Mike Hawkins shows the Cub Scouts a sample of how fingerprints can be taken and lifted from a crime scene.

Part of the badge process for these Cub Scouts was to go through the forensics process at the police department.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Cub-Scout-Pack-1-5-.jpgPart of the badge process for these Cub Scouts was to go through the forensics process at the police department. Courtesy photo

Cub Scout Pack 1 pictured with K-9 Handler, Corporal Justin Hawkins.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Cub-Scout-Pack-1-1-.jpgCub Scout Pack 1 pictured with K-9 Handler, Corporal Justin Hawkins. Courtesy photo

Members of Cub Scout Pack 1 asking questions about Sgt. Mike Hawkins’ role as a Juvenile Officer/Investigator.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Cub-Scout-Pack-1-2-.jpgMembers of Cub Scout Pack 1 asking questions about Sgt. Mike Hawkins’ role as a Juvenile Officer/Investigator. Courtesy photo

Sgt. Mike Hawkins shows the Cub Scouts a sample of how fingerprints can be taken and lifted from a crime scene.
https://www.newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Cub-Scout-Pack-1-4-.jpgSgt. Mike Hawkins shows the Cub Scouts a sample of how fingerprints can be taken and lifted from a crime scene. Courtesy photo