Thames Valley Police will hold its annual open day at their Sulhamstead training centre on Saturday.
Highlights include arena displays showcasing the specialist dog, horse and public order teams, a chance to see the force helicopter up close, and a name a police puppy competition.
For the first time, visitors will also be able to become a detective for the day, working with the Forensic Invesigation Unit to uncover how Mr Money Bags met his unfortunate demise.
The theme for the open day is ‘children and young people’, and there will be a dedicated kids’ zone featuring the cadets and Mini Police recruits, as well as children’s fancy dress with a parade and prizes for the best outfits.
Deputy Chief Constable John Campbell said: “I am looking forward to welcoming the families and residents from across the Thames Valley to our 11th annual open day.
“This is a great opportunity to come and see the diverse range of policing services we deliver, in collaboration with our partners, to keep the region safe and secure.
“With over 40 exhibitors on site ranging from Crimestoppers to the South Central Ambulance Service, there is something for everyone.”
The open day is running from 10am to 4pm. The postcode for the training centre is RG7 4DX.