Seattle Police Foundation hosts ‘Picnics in the Precincts’

North Precinct Picnic schedued or Sunday, August 24th

Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities we hold every year that provide an opportunity for the business and residential communities in each of Seattle’s five precincts to come together and enjoy a day of celebration with their local police. They are great opportunities for people to be introduced to the department in a relaxed, non-law enforcement environment, meet their local police officers, enjoy free food, entertainment and raffle prizes, and get information on how to get involved in preventing crime in their community. We also are excited for everyone to meet our new Police Chief, Kathleen O’Toole!

The Picnics include booths hosted by groups and agencies that engage in crime prevention activities, and/or provide services in the community. Please contact us at the email address or number above to reserve a booth now. On behalf of the Seattle Police Foundation and the Seattle Police Department we look forward to another fun and safe summer. Together, we can continue to promote a safe and vibrant community.

The picnics provide ‘great opportunities for people to be introduced to the department in a relaxed, non-law enforcement environment, meet their local police officers, enjoy free food, entertainment and raffle prizes, and get information on how to get involved in preventing crime in their community. We also are excited for everyone to meet our new Police Chief, Kathleen O’Toole!” (For more information see attached flyer.)

· Tuesday, August 5th: West Precinct Picnic / National Night Out @ Occidental Square in Pioneer Square, 5pm – 8pm

· Saturday, August 16th: South Precinct Picnic @ New Holly Campus (7058 32nd Ave S), 1pm – 4pm

· Sunday, August 24th: North Precinct Picnic @ University Heights Center (5031 University Way NE), 1pm – 4pm

· Saturday, August 30th: East Precinct Picnic @ Location: Cal Anderson Park (1635 11th Ave), 1pm – 4pm

If you would like to host an informational booth at one of our Precinct Picnics this year, please contact Diane Pilon at Diane.Pilon@Seattle.gov or 206-386-1996. There is no charge for hosting a booth.

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