Kids Learn CSI Techniques at Camp

Audubon State Park is hosting a junior forensic science camp this week.
Kids are learning CSI techniques.
Audubon State Park is hosting a junior forensic science camp this week. 
Kids ages 8-15 are participating in the camp. Through science, the kids are learning more about law enforcement. 
This year, the kids are solving a murder, which started with a drug deal gone bad. 
They are learning how to take fingerprints, extract DNA and take evidence samples.
Camp leaders say they hope the kids gain more respect for the law enforcement in the area. They hope some of them become crime-fighters in the future.
The 5 day camp starts at 10:00am every day and ends at 3:00pm.
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