WARWICK, RI — The Warwick Police Department’s National Night Out returns tonight at Rocky Point Park, 3 p.m. with with K-9 Charley, SWAT and jaws of life demos, Touch-a-Truck, vintage police cars, food trucks, and arts & craft Vendors, ending at 9 p.m. with fireworks.
The event, designed to bring law enforcement together with members of the community, especially children, is free.
The event is the creation of the National Association of Town Watch (NATW), intended to bring attention to local anti-crime programs, strengthen the relationship among and between community groups and law enforcement, foster a sense of community and bring attention to anti-drug and crime prevention efforts.
More than 30 million people across the country participate in the event each year, according to (NATW).
- Police Honor Guard
- US Naval Sea Cadets Honor Guard
- K9 Unit Demonstration
- Oakland Beach/Buttonwoods/Norwood
- Face Painting
- Fire Department Smoke House
- Jaws-of-Life Demonstration
- Officer Friendly/McGruff
- DJDon’t Text/Don’t Drink Crash Vehicle
- Vintage Police Cars
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