Children from the island's primary schools are being asked to help decorate Police Headquarters.
The force is running a competition, with pupils in Years 2-6 asked to fill an outline of their parish with ideas for 'policing in their area'.
The winning entries will be put together to make up a large Jersey map which the Police say will 'take pride of place' at the station.
It will be unveiled on 20th November.
Acting Deputy Chief Officer James Wileman says the competition aims to encourage children to think about the role SoJP plays in society:
I hope that the fantastic children of Jersey will take this opportunity to leave their mark on Police Headquarters. We're looking for imagination and colour to brighten up our walls. We can't wait to judge the entries and really look forward to inviting the winners to Police Headquarters."
The closing date for entries is 6th September.
More details can be found here.