A Day At The Police Station stencil set was created to help children learn all about what a Police Officers job involves and give them the tools to create the adventures of what takes place during a day at the police station.
How an officer spends his/her working day is decided by his/her assignment and the agency where he/she works. Police officers can be assigned to uniformed patrol, traffic, investigations (detectives), training, a school resource program, or supervisory duties.
Most shifts at the police station begin with a briefing or roll call session that lasts between 10-30 minutes. Here, a supervisor will assign beats (patrol sectors) and radio call numbers, advise of any special details or assignments that might have to be covered during the shift (e.g. a high school football game is set to end at 10 p.m., and an officer should be in the area for traffic control), and brief everyone on any ongoing crime patterns or “BOLOs” (Be On the LookOuts) so officers will know to watch for specific behaviors, people, or vehicles. Briefing frequently incorporates some brief training material on new case law, gang activity, symptoms of drug abuse, or other topics. The briefing session may include an inspection of everyone’s uniform and equipment.
With SuperCool Art’s A Day At The Police Station Stencil Set you get to create the adventures of the officers and their K9 partners, whether they are in a patrol car, on a motorcycle, or maybe even in a helicopter. Get creative today with A Day At The Police Station!
SuperCool Art – A Day At The Police Station themed stencil set includes four sheets of 12″ x 12″ custom designed themed stencils made from non-toxic, recycled, durable, washable polypropylene.