You might want to take a closer look at some of the ordinary items in your teenager's bedroom.
Copley and Bath Police Departments teamed up to create Hidden In Plain Sight, a program designed to show parents how to look for signs of potential risky behaviors.
Youth Director Marcie Mason created the program with help from Downing Enterprises to give parents a hands on lesson on how to keep their kids safe.
"We thought this (exhibit) might help and even prevent some arrests if parents are aware of what they need to look for," Mason said.
Copley Detective Paul Webb says the exhibit is filled with around 140 items with some taken from youths in juvenile diversion programs, parents, police and purchased from head shops.
Water bottles, snack cans and cabinets are all disguised as ordinary items that are actually created to store and hide items.
"I think it's your responsibility as a parent to guide your children. Maybe they make some mistakes but if you can identify some of those mistakes and help them learn from it, that's what this exhibit is about," Webb said.
Webb says parents shouldn't be afraid to snoop through their teenager's room because it not only can help a child, but it can save their life.
The exhibit current hot item that hints to substance abuse is a digital scale disguised as a computer mouse.
Both Mason and Webb say they hope parents will learn to keep an eye out for hidden items that could be dangerous to their child's health.