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Children get to see petrol bomb explode as part of Sussex Police open day
12:00pm Thursday 25th July 2013 in News
Dozens of children have gone behind the scenes at Sussex Police's Kingstanding training site.
The 11 to 16-year-olds are touring the underground nuclear bunker, using kit to investigate a car crash, deploying search dogs, forensically examining a crime scene and finding out what it takes to be a police officer.
They are also taking part in a public order demonstration showing how officers deal with petrol bombs being thrown at them.
The Be the Police for a Day event is part of Sussex Police People: 10 days live, a series of activities and open days across Sussex until 3 August for the public to get a better understanding of how the force works to keep them safe.
Hundreds of people have so far logged on to watch the live stream.
To watch the footage live visit sussexpolicepeople.co.uk. To make comments or ask questions use Twitter #10dayslive.
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