After dusting a piece of glass for fingerprints, Zachary Rodriguez, 11, and Crime Scene Investigator Sara Vazquez examine the print during the Naples Police Department's Youth Academy on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008 at the Naples Police Training Center. The children also used other forensic tools to check for blood residue on possible murder weapons. The academy, which will last until the end of the week, also affords kids a chance to learn various aspects of both the fire and police professions, including fire safety and prevention, confined space training simulations, radar gun and taser operation and crime prevention.

Photo by ED MATTHEWS, Staff

After dusting a piece of glass for fingerprints, Zachary Rodriguez, 11, and Crime Scene Investigator Sara Vazquez examine the print during the Naples Police Department's Youth Academy on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008 at the Naples Police Training Center. The children also used other forensic tools to check for blood residue on possible murder weapons. The academy, which will last until the end of the week, also affords kids a chance to learn various aspects of both the fire and police professions, including fire safety and prevention, confined space training simulations, radar gun and taser operation and crime prevention.

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