One hundred volunteer police cadets from across Lancashire will be sworn into the police service at a special ceremony tomorrow.
Lancashire Constabulary will hold its first attestation evening for the cadets, who are aged between 13 and 18, to celebrate their induction.
The cadets will declare their allegiance to the force, promise to serve the community and act as ambassadors for Lancashire Constabulary at the event, which will take place at King George’s Hall in Blackburn.
The cadets joined in September, and have already gained an insight into various departments within the force, as well as learning a range of skills, including finding out about DNA and fingerprints, fundraising, conducting crime surveys and attending public engagement initiatives.
Lancashire Constabulary aims to have 450 police cadets.