Scouts Visit and Experience Law Enforcement Work
Scouts with Deputy Leadbetter and K-9 Zaki
On 02/27/2019 Cub Scouts pack #1857 was at the Livingston County Sheriff's Office to interact and learn some off what we do. The group discussed some of the daily tasks and equipment used by a Patrol Deputy. The group learned certain procedures used to help solve crimes. Everyone was shown how to lift a fingerprint as well as a boot print. They got to take their own fingerprints and look at them through a magnifying glass to determine what types of fingerprints they have. The Scouts were also introduced to some of the daily routine as well as some of the specialized equipment used by a K9 Deputy. They then got to meet K9 Zaki and watch a demonstration of K9 Zaki performing an odor detection. They were also shown a couple types of patrol vehicles used by the Sheriff's Office. It was a wonderful time with amazing questions and a great group of Cub Scouts.
Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter and Deputy Dustin Woelfle are in the photos with the scouts and family. The young people had a great time as did the LCSO staff. We truly enjoy the opportunities to share and interact with our community. Nicholas and Dustin do amazing work.
We thank the scouts for spending time with us. Great group of youth and family.
Sheriff Steve Cox