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Farmington Police Department participates in events at Sycamore Park Community Center

Members learn about bike safety, crime scene investigation
Farmington Police Department teaches Sycamore Park Community Center members about crime scene investigation and fingerprinting. (Courtesy Farmington Police Department)

The Farmington Police Department participated in multiple events at Sycamore Park Community Center as part of its spring break Youth Life Skills Week.

FPD park rangers started the week by discussing bike and park safety with community center members Monday. Children were able to visit with park rangers and check out the vehicles they use to patrol parks in Farmington.

Farmington Police Department park rangers visited Sycamore Park Community Center this week to discuss bike safety. (Courtesy Farmington Police Department)

FPD’s Crime Scene Investigation Unit presented a short crime scene class and conducted a fingerprint exercise at the community center Wednesday, March 15, according to its Facebook page.

Sycamore Park Community Center members learned about crime scene investigation and fingerprinting this week. (Courtesy Farmington Police Department)

Wrapping up the week will be a presentation from the FPD Bomb Squad at 1 p.m. Friday at the community center.

The community center’s Youth Life Skills Week presented a variety of talks and activities for members this week. Other events included presentations from Kids ICAN, Diné Community Advocacy Alliance and Farmington Fire Department, as well as daily field trips, dance and craft classes, sports activities and scavenger hunts.

For more information on activities offered at Sycamore Park Community Center, visit www.facebook.com/SycamoreParkCommunityCenter.