Detective Blippi Video for Children | Police Videos for KidsNov 12, 2021
♪ Blippi ♪ ♪ There's so much to learn ♪ ♪ it'll make you want to scream! Blippi! ♪ Hey! Look where we are. We are in a beautiful park, and look what we have! Hmm! A delicious lunch, like this grape. This raspberry. A red strawberry. And we have some vegetables. A sandwich, crackers. But we'll get to this in a bit. Let's play first. Come on. This park is so beautiful. These plants just look like plants, but to me they are very beautiful. Look, they are so green and alive. And they smell so good. Hey, I'm kind of hungry. Let's eat some more.
What happened? Where did they go? Oh no! I'm out of lunch! Hey, officer, officer! Hello Blippi, what's up? My lunch was right here. I was eating it and it was delicious. And then I went here and then I looked at some plants and then I came back here and everything was gone! Well, it looks like we have to look into this. Lucky for you, I have my crime scene bag with me. I have a very good idea. - Do you want to help me Blippi? - I would love to help you. I have this special lot just for you.
Wow, look at that! It even has my name. I feel honored. And look where you're going. A
policebicycle. - Can I look at it? - Of course you can, Blippi. Cool. Well, look at this. A helmet. This keeps you nice and safe. Ok, and look here. You see it? It's a light. And the handlebars. And a big giant wheel and tire. And then a second big giant wheel and tire. And then we have the pedals and the kickstand. Let's put it on right now. Yes, and look at this. This is the crime scene investigation bag, he said.
This will help us find my lunch. But first... Let's take a walk. - That was fun! - It is, isn't it Blippi? Well, I think we should start with the investigation. - What do you think? - Yes, I think so too. Alright. The best option is to send the K9. Hey, K9. That's another word for a dog. Officer Fichecks, send the k9. He he did it. Police dogs have very sensitive noses and the
policeuse them to help us track down people and evidence to help us with our investigation. He did it, he found some evidence.
Investigator Blippi, this is the evidence the K9 is tracking. Oh, look, this is my glass. This is my glass that had all the water in it. What is he doing up here? There's the glass, what do we do? We have to collect the evidence using the bag we talked about before. So the first thing we need to do is put up evidence tape to secure the scene. OK. Thank you. Look, it says, "Crime scene, don't cross." He goes around the bumper. - Here you have. OK. - And we can close it. It's tight. Here we go.
We almost arrive. - Good job Blippi. - Thank you. Ok, it's nice and tight. Now what? - That was a great job, Blippi. - Thank you. Now we have to take pictures using a ruler. OK. Here we go. Then we have the ruler. Let's put this right to the side. And then we have a camera. I'm going to turn it on. Smile! You are such a beautiful glass. Okay, close. OK. Turn that off. And here you go. Alright. We have taken photographs, we have to collect the evidence. But before we do that, we have to put on gloves because we don't make our fingertips INAUDIBLE.
Good. Ok, so we have to put on these gloves. And this first glove is blue. And the second glove is also blue. Alright. I already have the gloves on, now what? Okay, now that we have the gloves on, we can pick it up and put it in a bag. OK. The evidence bag. Okay, here we go. Pick it up. Ok, let's put it in the bag. All good. So I have it in the bag. Now what? That was a great job. Now we have to go to the police department to process it. - OK. How do we get it there?
Well, we have to call the motorcycle. Officer Ficheks, can you send the motorcycle to transport the evidence? Ok, I guess I'll go get the motorcycle. -He's there waiting for you, Blippi. - OK. Wow! Look what it is! It's a police motorcycle. And this is what will be used to transport the evidence. Here. Come here. Wow, look at it. Well, first things first. Let's put the evidence in the bag of this motorcycle. OK. Now it's safe to come back here. And back here, here's a compartment with a laptop. See? There is a laptop. And a printer too.
What is this? Oh, look, there's a photo of me. Uh, nice photo. Ok, let's leave that right there. OK. There are so many interesting things to show you. But first maybe I should move on. This motorcycle is really big. Much larger than your average motorcycle. OK. Hum, let me show you this. Yeah. I kind of want to show you this first. This is a radar gun. See? This is what is used to check the speed of everyone on the road. Therefore, you should drive at the speed limit or less because that is the safe limit. And let's see, what else can I show you?
Ah yes, the lights. See this. Ready? Yes, red and blue lights. That's so everyone knows there's an emergency. And what else is also used to let everyone know there is an emergency? It's the siren. Here we go! That's so loud! And then also the horn. Yes. And then the police officer on the motorcycle took the evidence to the police station. Look, we're inside the evidence room with our evidence. - Hi how are things? - Hey. Good. OK. That's the evidence. what do we do? - Let's process it to obtain fingerprints. - Ok, how do we do that?
First, you'll need your lab coat. Uh, lab coat. Look! Yes, it is the color blue. I like color blue. It is one of my two favorite colors. Blue is one of them and orange is the other. Alright. Now I have my lab coat on, now what? - Now you need your gloves. - Hey, gloves. Are they...? Ok, it looks like they're here. Look at these. Blue rubber gloves. So, we use them to avoid leaving our own fingerprints on the evidence. Alright. Now I have the gloves on. Now what? Now you will have to remove all this brown paper.
OK. Here we go. Thank you. Brown paper. - OK. - Alright. - Now you can come this way. - Alright. So we have this. We have the newspaper right here and the gloves on. - So what do you need? - Now you're going to need some tools. Okay, let's see. First, you will need the printing powder. Look at that, printing dust. It is the color black. OK. Next you will need your brush. Brush, look at that brush. So now what do I do? - Then, take the glass out of the bag. - OK. - Now, take your brush to the powder. - OK.
Only a little. OK. I have some dust. You see it? - Now what? - Now, paint your brush with your fingertips like a fairy dancing in a lake. Fairy dancing in the lake. I like that. You're funny. Okay, here we go. Alright. It's showing something. - Alright. - Okay, I'll accept it. And next, you'll need an impression lifter. A fingerprint lifter. An impression lifter looks like a sticker. - So can you hold this for me? - Sure. OK. So now I'm going to take this off. And this is really sticky. And then I'm going to put it here.
Here we go. - Should I take it off? - Remove it carefully. OK. So. We did it. Wow. Ok, let's close it like a book. And look at that! Wow, we just got a fingerprint off the glass. Yes. The evidence crystal. Ok, then I'll give it to you. And so, what do I do with the glass now? The glass should then be put back into a paper bag. Ok, then I'll go get a paper bag and here we go. We'll see. Perfect. Here is the paper bag. Here you have. OK. Now what? Now you need to seal the bag with tape.
Ok, evidence tape. Well, look at this. Evidence tape. Seal it. Alright. It's nice and sealed. Now what? - Don't forget to sign it. - Oh. I have to sign it. Could you spell my name with me? Ready? B-L-I-P-P-I. Blippi. Good job. Alright. Let's put the pen back. Now that all the evidence is recorded and secured, we need to store it in the evidence vault. Here I go. - What's that? - Hello! -Blippi! -Hey, I have some tests for you. Oh thanks. We have the results of those prints. Wow, look at this. It's a photo of a raccoon.
Then a raccoon ate my lunch. ♪ Blippi ♪ ♪ Come on, let's all make learning fun ♪ ♪ Blippi, Blippi ♪ ♪ There's so much to learn about ♪ ♪ It'll make you want to scream! Blippi! ♪ Special thanks to the Olympia Washington Police Department for helping me find out who ate my lunch.
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