"News Conference to Announce the 21st Annual National Night Out and a Special Tribute to Members of the Armed Forces"
Tuesday, August 3, 2004, at 6:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Police Historical Museum, 6045 York Boulevard
Chief William J. Bratton, Mayor James K. Hahn, Personnel from the LAPD, Neighborhood Watch Groups, Community Police Advisory Boards and Volunteer Groups
Los Angeles: On Tuesday, August 3, 2004, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Office of Mayor James K. Hahn, and communities that make up Los Angeles, will join together to celebrate the 21st Annual National Night Out.
This annual event heightens awareness and strengthens participation in local anticrime efforts and promotes police-community partnerships.
LAPD Stations from around the City have coordinated cook-outs, block parties, candlelight vigils, safety fairs, peace marches and community meetings with members of their Neighborhood Watch Groups, Community Police Advisory Boards or Volunteer Groups.
Attached is a list of activities, times and locations for the 21st Annual National Night Out.
This list and more detailed information can be found under the National Night Out page.
During the news conference, a candlelight vigil, peace march and special tribute to members of the Armed Forces will commence.
For additional information regarding National Night Out, please contact Lieutenant Fred Booker, Community Relations Section, at 213-485-4101.
This news release was prepared by the Los Angeles Police Department’s Media Relations Section, 213-485-3586.