WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - Children in Wichita Falls were able to see how forensic science is used to catch criminals.
The Wichita Falls Public Library hosted a forensic workshop on Monday.
Kids were able to process a crime scene, analyze blood spatter, then use what they learned to create a chalk outline of the victim.
The teacher of the workshop was glad to let these children experience the profession first hand.
"Honestly this is pretty much why you become a teacher is so you can inspire kids. To go and do these things and I've had students in the past when I taught this at (Wichita Falls High School) who have told me, 'I want to be a forensic scientist. I want to do forensic science' and that right there, that's what you do it for," Sabrina Bradley said.
The Wichita Falls Public Library is hosting many events for children throughout the summer. For a closer look at upcoming events click here.