National Night Out is coming Tuesday, August 3rd. What exactly is National Night Out? Well, I can say this, with all of the idiots calling for the defunding of police and all the morons that think all cops are bad, we need National Night Out more than ever. The Richland Police Department explains it very well in their Facebook post below. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood comradery. This makes our neighborhood safer, more caring places to live. Part of it is getting to know your neighbors, and part of it is building a relationship with the police. When the question came up that a woman did not really know what this event actually includes, Richland Police stated it very well: It can be whatever you and your neighbors make of it. It could be a block party or just a meet and greet. Richland police make it clear they would love to stop by and say hello. See below for more details, registration is required if you want to party with the po-po. #backtheblue

For additional details on National Night Out, click HERE.

And for some additional police fun, check out the video below where cops vs. sheriffs in a dance-off!


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