Police & Fire

Clark PBA to Host National Night Out Event

August 1, 2014 at 2:09 PM

CLARK, NJ - On Tuesday, August 5 the Clark PBA Local #125 in conjunction with the National Night Out Campaign will host an open house from 6 to 9 p.m. at Clark Police Headquarters on Westfield Avenue. This free event is open to all Clark residents and their children.

The event is intended to involve citizens in building a safer community by providing an opportunity to learn more about local law enforcement and to increase crime prevention awareness. Officers will be on hand displaying vehicles and equipment. Tours of Clark Police Headquarters will also be provided. Law enforcement officials will share tips and suggestions for safeguarding Clark homes and neighborhoods. 

Free hot dogs, soda and Italian ices will be available for visitors.

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