Irvine Police Department Press Release

Farrah Emami - Public Information Officer
1 Civic Center Plaza
Irvine, CA 92606



PRESS RELEASE #7/28/2014
Subject :

The Irvine Police Department Invites Residents to National Night Out
Contact :Dave Klug    949-724-7156

IRVINE, CA (July 28, 2014):  On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the Irvine Police Department invites residents to join the National Night Out celebration of community/police partnerships by planning an event in their neighborhoods or by attending one of three events being generously sponsored by Target and Albertsons!

      Free bike rodeo and registration event. Bring your bike and helmet.


Near the tennis courts, enter from Lexicon



Irvine Police and Orange County Fire Authority personnel will be at all three locations and emergency vehicles will be on display. There will be games and prizes for the kids. Bring a non-perishable food item to receive a free raffle ticket.

Events begin at 5:30 p.m.


Meet your neighbors, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) members and IDEC (Irvine Disaster Emergency Communications) members. Learn how you can become an active participant in maintaining your neighborhood’s safety.

National Night Out provides the perfect opportunity for our police personnel to engage members of the community in our successful partnership,” said Chief Dave Maggard. “These types of partnerships play a key role in our continuing efforts to remain one of America’s safest communities.”

For additional information about locally hosted, National Night Out events contact Program Specialist Shiree Lind at 949-724-7193 or



One Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA 92606
(949) 724-7000

"Working In Partnership with the Community"


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