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NRPD Celebrates National Night Out
In celebration of National Night Out, the New Rochelle Police Department held a community Open House on Tuesday, August 2 at their headquarters. Patrol boat rides were also provided at the Harbor Patrol Unit in Hudson Park. Hundreds of locals attended the event, which featured facility tours, equipment and K-9 demonstrations, fingerprinting, face painting, magic shows, bounce castles, food and so much more.
National Night Out/NRPD Open House was presented in partnership with the New Rochelle Police Foundation, New Rochelle PBA, Youth Bureau, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Police Association, MBK New Ro, New Rochelle FOCUS and the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.
“National Night Out is a great way to highlight our community partnerships, and strengthen our neighborhood connections,” said Police Commissioner Patrick Carroll.
The fun evening was sponsored by Dave’s cast of Characters, The Lambardi, T.F. Andrew Dream Floors, Green Team Taxi, Shop Rite, Sabrett, Iona College, Metro Pizza & Pasta, Century 21 Marciano, Platzner international Group and Cake’D out Creations who customized the New Rochelle Police Department cake.
The following agencies were also on site, handing out informative materials: New Rochelle Youth Bureau and Office for The Aging, The Guidance Center of Westchester, WestFair Rides, Choice, Adult Protective Services, Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services, Westchester County for Women, United Community Center of Westchester, Children of Hope, Office of the Attorney General, Pace Women’s Justice Center, My Sister’s Place, Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health, Elder Abuse Prevention Program, Westchester Mediation Center of Cluster, HOPE, Westchester Community Opportunity Victims Assistance, Westchester County Transportation Community Relations, Poet’s Corner and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The National Night Out program is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. To learn more go to www.natw.org.