National Night Out promotes community and fun with local law enforcement



The National Night Out Association celebrates 35 years of bringing together communities to promote local police-community partnerships to make our cities safer, more caring places to live this year.

The Pleasanton, Jourdanton and Poteet Police Departments each hosted their own events in their respective cities this year to bring together the community and local law enforcement officials to fight back against crime.

National Night Out promotes a safe, trusting relationship amongst members of the community with their local police officers, firefighters, state troopers and others alike.

This year, Jourdanton PD hosted their very own event at the Jourdanton Sports Complex for the first time. JPD successfully partnered with local organizations, clubs and Jourdanton ISD to make their first event a success.

Methodist Hospital South’s AirCaire helicopter made a landing appearance on the baseball field where children had the opportunity to take a tour inside and snag some photos.



JPD officers took part in the dunking booth and you best believe there was a long line of children eager for their chance to dunk an officer. Texas Dance Culture featured their Folklorico dancers for entertainment while attendees enjoyed free hot dogs, drinks, popcorn and much more!

Pleasanton PD hosted their 6th Annual National Night Out and it was their biggest event yet. Residents dressed in their best 80s attire and rocked out with local law enforcement officials to the Pleasanton High School Jazz Band while children enjoyed the dunking booth, basketball with the PHS varsity boys and meeting the HEB Buddy mascot.

Poteet PD also hosted their annual National Night Out which included a bounce house, lots of free food and drinks as well as picture opportunities with local police officers.

This year’s National Night Out events were some you did not want to miss, and if you did, make plans to attend next year’s National Night Out events for a night of FREE fun with the whole family and your local law enforcement officials.





























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