Kirkland Police invite neighborhoods to host “National Night Out” events

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The Kirkland Police Department will help facilitate Kirkland neighborhoods participating in the 31st annual National Night Out Against Crime on Aug. 5.

“National Night Out” is a nationwide campaign aimed at involving communities in crime and drug prevention awareness.

Activities that neighborhoods may want to host include cookouts, flashlight walks or contests.

The Kirkland Police and Fire Departments will be attending community events from 6-9 p.m. To show support of National Night Out, Kirkland residents are encouraged to get with neighbors and friends, turn your porch lights on, and come outside to take a stand against crime.

For National Night Out information, visit

To register an event with the city of Kirkland, visit the Kirkland Police National Night Out webpage.


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