National Night Out Theme: Giving Crime and Drugs a Going Away Party!
This annual National Night Out event helps to increase Neighborhood Watch participation by promoting the work that police, fire, residents and businesses do together to make Orlando neighborhoods safer and better places to live. This is America’s night to give crime and drugs a going away party. Join the Orlando Police Department and host your very own block party that will help keep Orlando a safe City.
The Orlando Police Department (OPD) invites you to join us on October 3, 2017, for National Night Out. Let us help you host your very own National Night Out (NNO) block Party. Register with OPD, and you will receive your very own NNO Party Package, and receive free street closure and blockades. Each Block Party will also be visited by their City Commissioner and the officers who normally patrol the neighborhood. Many parties will also be visited by the Orlando Fire Departments (OFD), OPD Motorcycles and OPD Mounted Unit. Enter the NNO Theme Contest for a chance to have the NNO Caravan visit your party along with a $400 cash prize. The NNO Caravan will include Mayor Buddy Dyer, OPD Chief John Mina, OFD Chief Roderick Williams, McGruff the Crime Dog and Nat the NNO Knight.
Below you will find links to more information about hosting your own block party, registration links and a list of important events leading up to the big day.
National Night Out Parties - Open to the Public
|St. John Baptist Church||30 Fred L. Maxwell|
|Higher Hope Church||306 N Tampa Ave.|
|Freewill Deliverance Praise Outreach||Corner of Jackson St. and Parramore Ave.|
|Agape Perfecting Praise||237 S. Ivey Lane, Open field directly across from 320 S. Ivey Lane|
|Audubon Covenant Church||3219 Chelsea St.|
|Livingston Street Church of God||910 W. Livingston St.|
|Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist||4077 Prince Hall Blvd.|
|Greater Refuge Memorial Church||596 W. Church St.|
|Washington Shores of Church of Christ||2818 Orange Center Blvd.|
|Rosemont Neighborhood Center||4872 Rose Bay Dr.|
|Azalea Park Little League Ball Field||1 Carol Ave.|
|Maxine's on N. Shine Ave.||337 N. Shine Ave. 100 Block of Eola Dr.|
|Reeves Memorial United Methodist||1100 N. Ferncreek Ave.|
2017 Important Dates
|Tuesday, October 3||NNO Main Event Day
|Tuesday, October 3||NNO Goes to Church
For more information on how you can sign up for free crime prevention training or start a Neighborhood Watch please call the Neighborhood Watch Unit at the Orlando Police Department 407.246.2369.
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