A behind the scenes look at policing in Staffordshire is on offer when officers throw open the doors at the county's police headquarters in Stafford on June 29.
The event, between 11am and 3pm, will be a family fun day with a range of activities for both adults and children including vehicle displays police dog demonstrations.
Other highlights include a guided tour of the forces contact centre, plus the chance to try on a olice uniform and have your fingerprints and mug shot taken.
There will be bouncy castles, a climbing wall, dance group performances, face painting, and a magician, plus refreshments and a barbecue.
There will be policing information and advice available throughout the event from Staffordshire Police and a range of partners including Staffordshire Fire and Rescue, the West Midlands Ambulance Service, crime prevention, Safer Roads Partnership and many more.
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham said: “We are really looking forward to the open day. We are opening our doors to show the fantastic work done by officers and staff to keep our communities safe.
"The event gives us an opportunity to show how proud we are of our work and is an excellent opportunity for the general public to see behind the scenes of Staffordshire Police.”
Free parking will be available on the Staffordshire University campus next to the police headquarters on Weston Road, Stafford.