Bellevue police to participate in National Night Out

  • Monday, July 24, 2017 3:18pm
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The Bellevue Police Department invites the community to celebrate National Night Out next week.

National Night Out will give community members the opportunity to meet officers from the Bellevue Police Department and learn about ways to fight crime.

The event will be held from 12-5 p.m. Aug. 1 at the east parking lot of Crossroads mall, 15600 NE Eighth St, in conjunction with the Crossroads Farmers Market.

The Bellevue Fire Department will also have firefighters in attendance. National Night Out was created as a way to strengthen neighborhood spirit, cooperation and generate support for local anti-crime efforts. There will be activities for kids and Bellevue police volunteers will be available to complete free child identification kits.

For more information, contact officer Craig Hanaumi at the Bellevue Police Crossroads Community Station at chanaumi@bellevuewa.gov or visit natw.org.

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