National Night Out fills park

Event gathered law enforcement and community for night of fun

Posted 8/7/17

National Night Out is one of Castle Rock Police Chief Jack Cauley's favorite events of the year. On Aug. 1, Cauley was again able to take part in the nationwide effort that encourages communities to meet their law enforcement agencies and the …

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National Night Out fills park

Event gathered law enforcement and community for night of fun

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National Night Out is one of Castle Rock Police Chief Jack Cauley's favorite events of the year. On Aug. 1, Cauley was again able to take part in the nationwide effort that encourages communities to meet their law enforcement agencies and the officers serving within them.

Castle Rock's fifth annual event was held at Philip S. Miller Park, complete with fingerprint-lifting demonstrations, a mock crime scene investigation, a K-9 demonstration, tours of law enforcement and emergency response vehicles, and a grill-out. All the while, officers and emergency personnel mingled with the public at the packed event.

National Night Out began in 1984 as a crime-prevention effort that also builds relationships between the community and police. Each year, more than 38 million people in 16,000 communities in the U.S. and Canada participate.

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