“Huntington Park’s National Night Against Crime”

National Night Out

National Night Out is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) and co-sponsored locally by the Huntington Park Police Department. Following tradition, NNO will involve over 11,000 communities from all 50 states in the U.S. For the past six consecutive years, the Huntington Park Police Department has received recognition from NATW for our outstanding participation in “America’s Night Out Against Crime.” This could not have been accomplished without the active participation of our residents, and the incredible dedication of our team!

The purpose of the National Night Out is to accentuate the importance of police-community partnership; heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; increase public safety; strengthen neighborhood spirit and to send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

Residents in neighborhoods throughout Huntington Park are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening with us for a fun night with neighbors, local businesses, and your city’s police department. The celebration takes place the first Tuesday of every August with a variety of different prizes, giveaways, and most importantly. information on crime prevention.

Our 2017 National Night Out celebration will take place on Tuesday, August 1st from 5pm-9pm located in Robert H. Keller Memorial Park. You are invited to come out and join the fight against crime with your fellow residents of Huntington Park. This event is generously sponsored by multiple local vendors like Farmer John’s, Gavina, Royal Catering, American Red Cross, Girl Scouts of America, and many more. Also following tradition, we will end the night with a special family movie night! This year’s movie selection is Disney’s Moana, beginning at 8pm.

To learn more about how to get involved with National Night Out, contact (323)826-2172, or e-mail vchacon@huntingtonparkpd.org.

For more information about National Night Out, visit NATW.org!