Nestor Duarte, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI Jacksonville Field Office, speaks to Citizens’ Academy students during a meeting on November 18, 2011. Citizens’ Academy student Kimberly Sisisky (second from left) applauds with fellow students after a class session presentation on October 18, 2011. A Citizens’ Academy student practices his technique dusting for fingerprints during an exercise on October 18, 2011. Citizens’ Academy student Michael Edwards enjoys himself during a lesson in fingerprinting with the FBI Jacksonville Evidence Response Team on October 18, 2011. Wearing filtered goggles, Citizens’ Academy students (from left) Larry Wittmer, Cheryl Campbell, and Michelle Hegeman view a demonstration of how alternative light source technology is used to detect otherwise unseen evidence. Stains invisible to the naked eye luminesce under the beam of an ultraviolet lamp during a demonstration for Citizens’ Academy students of alternative light source technology on October 18, 2011. Citizens’ Academy student Michael Edwards enjoys himself on the range with a sub-machine gun on November 4, 2011. Citizens’ Academy student Chip Skinner yells “Fire in the hole!” before detonating an exposive device during a demonstration for Citizens’ Academy students on November 4, 2011. An explosive device containing ammonium nitrate (similiar to that used in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing) is detonated on the range during a demonstration for the Citizens’ Academy on November 4, 2011. The 2011 FBI Jacksonville Citizens’ Academy graduating class with Special Agent in Charge James Casey (front row, fourth from left).