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PHOTOS:Crime Scene Cadets

  • Documents are seen on a table during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

    Documents are seen on a table during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.

    (TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

  • Cadets congregate and discuss specifics during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

    Cadets congregate and discuss specifics during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.

    (TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

  • Nicholas Bergstrom, 17, of Derry, checks a blow-up doll "victim" during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held,  weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

    Nicholas Bergstrom, 17, of Derry, checks a blow-up doll "victim" during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.

    (TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

  • Documents are seen on a table during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)
  • Cadets congregate and discuss specifics during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)
  • Nicholas Bergstrom, 17, of Derry, checks a blow-up doll "victim" during the New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy's crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held,  weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a "crime scene", collect evidence, and identify suspects.<br/><br/>(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

The New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy held a crime scene practical for its advanced-level cadets at the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord on Thursday, June 27, 2013. The Academy is an annually-held, weeklong residential program that introduces youth to a career in law enforcement. The crime scene practical requires cadets to use their skills to investigate a “crime scene”, collect evidence, and identify suspects.

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