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Join Spokane's Night Out Against Crime

SPOKANE, Wash. - It is that time of year again! Neighborhoods all over the Spokane area will be coming together to take back the night and promote safety and security within our communities. Join Spokane C.O.P.S. August 3rd to make a stand in support of our law enforcement officers and to show the criminals that we are working together.

The Night Out Against Crime is designed to help neighborhoods come together in crime prevention. This is a great way to start a neighborhood block watch if you don't already have one, get to know your neighbors, and get to know your local law enforcement.

Below is a list of neighborhoods participating in this year's event: 

  • Richard Allen Court, , 600 Richard Allen Court, 5pm-7pm
  • Martin Luther King Center, 845 S Serman, 4:40pm-7pm
  • East Central Community Center, 500 S Stone, 5pm-7:30pm
  • Cornerstone Courtyard/The Pearl, 151 S Adams, 3:30pm-5:30pm
  • Lower South Hill Neighborhood Watch Group, Congregational Church, 1502 W 8th, enter off Maple, 6pm-9pm
  • Logan C.O.P.S., 802 E Sharp, 6:30pm-8pm
  • Mission Avenue C.O.P.S., SCC, on Mission and Greene, 5:30pm-8pm
  • West C.O.P.S., 1901 W Boone, 4:30pm-8pm
  • Target @Northpointe, at the Division "Y" on Newport Hwy, 3pm-6pm
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