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Police Departments Around Delmarva Hosting National Night Out Events

Posted: 08/01/2017 04:27:00 -04:00 Updated:

SALISBURY, Md. - Police departments around the country, including here on Delmarva, will be hosting National Night Out events later today. 

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships.

Departments will be hosting events such as block parties, festivals, and parades in an effort to bring together police officers and community members under non-confrontational circumstances.

The Salisbury Police Department will be hosting a festival at City Park from 5-8 p.m. featuring free food and entertainment. 

Salisbury police say the event is a meaningful way to build productive relationships.

Salisbury police expect over 2,500 people to attend the city's National Night Out event. 

Other police departments around Delmarva will be hosting National Night Out events this week, including:

  • Delmar, Del. - Friday, August 4th – This year's National Night Out event in Delmar will be held at the Delmar Park from 5 -8pm.
  • Dover, Del. - August 1st - The Dover Police Department will once again bring the National Night Out to the Target parking lot on Tuesday, August 1st from 6-8pm.
  • Milford, Del. - August 1st - The event will be held at Bicentennial Park in Downtown Milford from 6-8pm
  • Milton, Del. - Wednesday, August 2nd - The Milton will be held in the Milton Park on Chandler Street from 5-9pm
  • Crisfield, Md. - August 1st  - The Crisfield National Night Out event will be at Somers Cove Marina at 715 Broadway from 6-8pm.
  • Easton, Md. - August 1st - The event is at the Moton Park from 5-8pm.
  • Fruitland, Md. - August 1st - The event will be at the Fruitland Little League Fields at 200 South Brown Street from 5-8[.
  • Pocomoke, Md. - August 1st - The Pocomoke City Police Department invites everyone to come out for the 34th annual National Night Out event at the downtown Cypress Park from 5-8pm.
  • Princess Anne, Md.  - August 1st - The event will be at the Garland Hayward Youth Center at 30660 Hampden Avenue from 6-8pm.
  • Exmore, Va. -  August 1st - The Exmore Police Department will host their 2nd annual National Night Out event on August 1st from 6-9pm.
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