National Night Out connects Arvada community and police

Photos by Shanna Fortier
Posted 8/8/17

Cornhole and freshly grilled burgers and dogs were the connector pieces for the community and the Arvada Police Department during the annual National Night Out, Aug. 1 at Olde Town Square in Olde Town Arvada. National Night Out is a community-police …

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National Night Out connects Arvada community and police

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Cornhole and freshly grilled burgers and dogs were the connector pieces for the community and the Arvada Police Department during the annual National Night Out, Aug. 1 at Olde Town Square in Olde Town Arvada. National Night Out is a community-police awareness-raising event in the United States, held the first Tuesday of August.

“I’m here to help build strong community relations in the city,” said Arvada Police Officer Kraig Brownlow. “I work graveyard, so it’s nice to get out when people are awake. It’s good talking to people and showing them that there are real people behind the badge.”

Photos by Shanna Fortier

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