Chesapeake Crime Prevention Council, Inc.
Chesapeake Crime Prevention Commission National Night Out
The 2015 National Night Out in the City of Chesapeake is on Tuesday, August 4th.
Participating neighborhoods nationwide are asked to turn on outside lights, lock their doors, and spend the evening outside with neighbors and police. Neighborhoods will be hosting a variety of events ranging from small potlucks and BBQ's to large block parties.
Some additional event ideas include, but are not limited to, ice cream socials, disaster preparedness, games, contests, discussing neighborhood issues or setting neighborhood goals, food or clothing donations, plan a clean-up day, beautify a common area, discuss or plan a Neighborhood Watch Program. It's up to you -- be creative, have fun and CELEBRATE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD!
Register your neighborhood for this year's event today. Registration is free and gives police and other city representatives an opportunity to attend local events as time and circumstances permit.
You do NOT have to be a current Neighborhood Watch neighborhood to participate. National Night Out is for everyone! Register now and begin planning your event as soon as possible.
Contact Officer Sarah Peedin with the Chesapeake Police Crime Prevention Unit (757)-382-6189.
Your neighborhood is invited to participate with many other neighborhoods across the country in celebration of National Night Out on Tuesday evening, August 4, 2015.
National Night Out is a crime and drug prevention event that is sponsored nationally by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by the Chesapeake Crime Prevention Council.
This year is the fourteenth anniversary of this event with over 38 million people across the country expected to participate.
National Night Out is designed to:
- Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness
- Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime prevention efforts
- Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships
- Send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back