[Brookland] National Night Out Tuesday, August 2, 2005
- Please come out and show our support to our community and officers! Meet at 2200 14th St. NE at 5pm to meet Lt. Hughes and Lt. Smit and walk with the Orange Hats at 8:30pm-10:30pm, meeting at the corner of 14th and Irving St. NEErin10th
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Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 14:10:40 -0400
Subject: [Brookland] National Night Out Tuesday, August 2, 2005
ILLUMINATE THE POSSIBILITIES
Take back our streets on August 2
The District of Columbia celebrates National Night Out with a host of events
throughout the city, in nearly every Police Service Area, from cookouts and
musical events to neighborhood walks and Orange Hat patrols. You're invited
to be a part of it and help show the criminals that we're not afraid.
Help make your community safer year-round by:
* getting to know your neighbors
* sharing information
* attending PSA meetings and other safety events.
A NIGHT OF TOGETHERNESS
Learn about events in your neighborhood by visiting mpdc.dc.gov/nno or call
MPD's Community Outreach Section at (202) 727-0783 for details, and take
part in your neighborhood's celebration.
Join Mayor Anthony Williams, Police Chief Charles Ramsey, other community
leaders and agency partners to celebrate NNO at Simon Elementary School in
Ward 8, beginning at 5 PM. The school is located at Mississippi Avenue and
4th Street, SE. Directions and additional information are available at our
COMPLETE EVENT DETAILS AT:
top <http://www.nationaltownwatch.org/nno/index.html> National Night Out
(NNO) is an annual event, sponsored by the
<http://www.nationaltownwatch.org/natw/> National Association of Town Watch,
that takes place on the first Tuesday in August. Each year, the Metropolitan
Police Department actively participates in National Night Out by rallying
community members throughout the District of Columbia to join with neighbors
and police officers in their PSAs to be a part of this annual event.
The National Night Out campaign involves citizens, law enforcement agencies,
civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local officials
from 9,500 communities from all 50 states, US territories, Canadian cities
and military bases worldwide.
National Night Out is designed to:
* Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
* Generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime
* Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships;
* Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are
organized and fighting back.
Community Affairs Coordinator
Executive Office of the Mayor
1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Suite 211
Washington, DC 20005
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