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Free Fingerprinting held in Century for Children

ECSO Explorers to Conduct Free Fingerprinting in Century

PENSACOLA, Fla. – One way to help protect your child in the unimaginable event that they were to become missing, is to have their fingerprints on file. As a service to our community, the ESCO Explorers will be conducting finger printing this Saturday, January 21, 2012 at the Century Substation 7500 North Century Blvd. The service is free of charge and will be available from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. \

Please note: fingerprinting is for family records only. The Sheriff’s Office will not retain copies of the prints.
The Explorers program is a voluntary program that is sponsored by the Escambia Sheriff’s Office. The purpose of the Explorers is to educate and involve young people in law enforcement operations whether or not they choose to enter a career in law enforcement. Members gain a working knowledge of police work and have the opportunity to server their community.

Explorers receive training in patrol procedure, first aid, honor guard, criminal law, crime prevention, finger-printing, arrest techniques, drug abuse prevention, firearms safety, crime scene techniques and more.

For more information on the Explorers program, contact Deputy Delarian Wiggins at (850) 554-1362 or
go online at

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