Children's Museum teaches local kids about police work

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Kids at the Children's Museum were able to get a hands on look at some of the jobs local police do at today's Super Saturday.
On Two Saturdays each month, the Children's Museum brings in representatives from different places around the community to share information about their jobs with the children.
Last Super Saturday, the kids got to learn about Animal Control and interact with one of the dogs.
This Super Saturday with FPD allowed the kids to learn how to dust for fingerprints, use facial recognition software, and have their own fingerprints taken.
They also learned how to dial 9-11 and report an emergency, with a strong emphasis on when it is appropriate to use the emergency number.
Museum Educator, Sara Laughlin, talked a bit about what activities they will offer at the next Super Saturday.