National Night Out 2022
- October 4, 2022, 5-7 PM
- Location to be announced.
The National Night Out event will include food, games (bounce houses, dunk tank, scavenger hunt), performances by local artists, and the opportunity to mingle with friends and neighbors.
The Davidson Police Department will be joined by the Davidson Fire Department, North Mecklenburg Crime Stoppers, and many other participants who will all hand out information for adults and children.
Residents are encouraged to walk or ride a bike to the event.
Interested in helping us plan the 2022 National Night Out event? The Davidson Police Department is looking for citizens to assist with the planning! Please use the following link to sign up:
Interested in volunteering at the 2022 National Night Out event? The Davidson Police Department is looking for your assistance! Please use the following link to sign up:
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About National Night Out
National Night Out events began in Davidson on August 1, 2006, spearheaded by the Davidson African American Coalition under the leadership of Dora DuBose, Chair,and in partnership with the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department. She proposed plans for a local National Night Out with the support of the Davidson Police Department. The first events were held at the Ada Jenkins Center, and since then, most events have been held at the Roosevelt Wilson Park located in the West Davidson neighborhood, a historically African-American neighborhood. The annual celebration has grown each year and includes food, activities, and fun for all ages. The event is sponsored by the Davidson Police Department and North Mecklenburg Crime Stoppers.
National Night Out was first established in 1984 by Matt Peskin of the National Association of Town Watch to improve police-community relationships, increase crime prevention awareness, and strengthen neighborhood camaraderie. The Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department originally partnered with police departments and neighborhood organizations in the inner city and town neighborhoods to sponsor the program.