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Night Out with San Jacinto Police Department


The San Jacinto Police Department is hosting National Night Out Block Party on Tuesday October 10th, at the San Jacinto College – North Campus from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. This event is free.

“It is a vibrant community gathering designed to foster positive relationships between our San Jacinto College Police Department, other local law enforcement, various community
organizations, and the students, staff and members of the communities we serve. It’s a celebration of unity and a chance for students, staff and all neighbors to come together. Our goal is to let others know that “behind the badge”, we are people too, and we are here for them. Our aim is to strengthen community ties with law enforcement and create a space where everyone can see the
human side of those who serve and protect,” says Sergeant Dominique Baxter.

This is an inclusive event. All are welcome to come and join the activities the police department and other committees have prepared for them.
“Attendees can look forward to a dynamic range of free activities and attractions. This includes Inflatables, educational and interactive demonstrations and displays, free food,
family-friendly games, and activities, lots of great information pertaining to safety and various San Jacinto College programs. Most importantly, the opportunity to meet and engage with local
law enforcement officers,” says Baxter.

National Night Out Block Party is an annual event.

“This experience frequently leaves attendees feeling happier and more connected to their community,” says Baxter.

They are still looking to reach a greater audience and make a greater impact on the community.

“Looking ahead, our aspirations for the SJC National Night Out include expanding our reach to attract more attendees, broadening the range of activities and resources available, and continuously striving to reinforce the bonds of trust and unity within our students, staff, and the neighborhoods we serve.x

For more information, contact Sergeant Baxter at [email protected].

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