Laurel Police to host National Night Out

  • Dressed in a bite suit, Laurel Police Cpl. John Mrozek demonstrates the skill and force of police K-9 Gero, a male German shepherd, at the 2010 National Night Out in Laurel.
Dressed in a bite suit, Laurel Police Cpl. John Mrozek demonstrates… (File photo by Matt Roth,…)
July 27, 2011

Watch police demonstrations of K-9 units and emergency response teams, and meet fire and rescue workers and their trucks and equipment up-close at the 28th annual National Night Out Laurel, Tuesday, Aug. 2, from 6-9 p.m. at Granville Gude Park, on the banks of Laurel Lakes, 8300 Mulberry St.

A national event held the first Tuesday of August to strengthen police-community partnerships, Laurel Police use the night as a way to meet and greet residents, introduce community programs and demonstrate some of their tactical skills. The event is also designed to heighten community awareness and participation in crime prevention and drug prevention programs.

Laurel's National Night Out is organized by Pfc. Theresa Kelliher. For more information, call Laurel Police at 301-498-0092.

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