ROSELLE/ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Residents came out in both communities on Tuesday evening for National Night Out (NNO), a community-building event to bring police and residents together.

In Roselle, residents came out to the Pine Street Park playground, where the NJ Circus came to town, teaching kids different circus skills. Police and firemen manned the grill to provide the barbecue, along with other food delights. Volunteers set up games and other activities for the youth of the town, while the adults had the opportunity to speak with police officers, and others in the community.

Highlights from NNO Roselle Below:

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In Roselle Park, everyone came out to Chestnut Street in front of the Casano Community Center where the police and firemen were talking about bike, water, crime, and fire safety.  Police cars and fire trucks were there for the kids to learn more about the vehicles.

Many games, water slides, inflatable's and free giveaways were on hand for the kids, and live music and a Cruisin’ car show was available for the adults. 

Highlights from NNO Roselle Park Below:


The National Night Out campaign, sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, is part of continuing efforts to strengthen ties between local law enforcement and the communities they serve. Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out each year across thousands of communities from all 50 states, US territories, Canadian cities and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August. 

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