EC Students Visit the Vancouver Police Museum

Cambridge exams are coming up next week and to help students relax teacher Jackie decided to visit the Vancouver Police Museum.

We arrived and were kindly welcomed by the tour guide. She told us about different weapons that were used by the police throughout time and gave us some general information about the police department in Vancouver.

After the short presentation given we were tasked to answer questions about the Vancouver Police Department (VPD). We learned many things, notably the role women have played in the police force as well as what the 14 different leaves on the purple police flag stand for.

We corrected the questions we were tasked with and then checked out the morgue. This morgue hasn’t been used in more than 30 years but is quite interesting.
Our task in the morgue was to solve who murdered Mr. Jones. We had to examine blood drops, footprints and handwriting. Moreover we had to check DNA and draw the criminal scene. As soon as we solved the case the guide finished the tour.

After taking a few pictures in the museum we all traveled back to EC.

It was a really nice and informative afternoon. This field trip is another reason why students interested in Cambridge should consider EC Vancouver. Thanks to Jackie for including us in the trip. Good luck Cambridge students!

Chiara and Pierina, EC Vancouver interns.

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