Do you have what it takes to decipher a crime scene?

The newest Teen Program at the Quincy Public Library is straight out of a CBS show! It's called "CSI:Quincy" and the Quincy Public Library has teamed up with the Quincy Police department for this fascinating event.

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CSI: Quincy takes place on Friday, July 17th at the Quincy Public Library from 3 pm to 5 pm. On the events Facebook page (which you can see by clicking here!) they say...

"Follow the clues to the Quincy Public Library where we are partnering with the Quincy Police Department to learn about what takes place at a crime scene. Emily Pezzella from the Crime Scene Investigation Unit will be on hand to test your powers of observation, dust for fingerprints and give you a first hand experience of a working crime scene and more!"

Now they do say that space is very limited due to social distancing guidelines, so if you would like to be a part of this very cool CSI event at the Quincy Public Library sign up for this FREE event by clicking here!

Wow this seems like the perfect summer activity for the teens in your household that are getting bored with the lack of events due to the coronavirus. To be able to get a glimpse at how police officers look at a crime scene sounds really fascinating. I love that the Quincy Public Library is teaming up with the Quincy Police Department to bring the Teen program such a unique and interesting event.

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