Long Beach Organizations, Neighbors, Police To Fight Crime With National Night Out

Marie Harrington
August 2, 2017

Salinas Since the city of Salinas resumed holding National Night Out events again in 2014 in an effort to build relationships between the police department and the community, the events have grown exponentially.

Each department will join National Night Out festivities with events to educate the public about crime prevention and provide a behind-the-scenes look at how police departments operate. The event is from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Horsham Township - Horsham Municipal Complex at 1025 Horsham Road - 6 to 9 p.m.

City officials and residents in dozens of neighborhoods Tuesday will participate in National Night Out, a collection of events meant to improve community-police relations in a year Baltimore has seen more than 200 homicides.

National Night Out aims to better relationships between the police and the communities they patrol.

Fairfield's police and firefighters have set themselves the goal of hosting about 70 neighborhood gatherings this year, beating last year's number of 68.

Police officers will attend several Neighborhood Watch Groups. The focus of this unique celebration is on bringing neighbors and communities together with festivals, block parties, cookouts and parades.

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Newport New police personnel plan to visit and interact with citizens across the city for National Night Out.

The benefits that Sioux Falls will receive from National Night Out extend well beyond this night.

East Point will have its event August 1 from 5 to 8 p.m.at the John D. Milner Athletic Complex, 3009 Randall St. Attractions include a police vehicle display, fire trucks, music, a dance contest and a back-to-school bookbag giveaway.

The fair will be from 4 to 7 p.m.at Bonita Canyon Sports Park, 1990 Ford Road. The event will include vendors, music, kids activities, food trucks, and more.

The department will celebrate National Night Out from 6 p.m.to 8:30 p.m.

All the events are free and family-friendly.

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