KYLE, TEXAS – The Kyle Police Department and the Kyle Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association will be holding a National Night Out event from 6-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5 at the Kyle/Buda VFW Post #12058, 103 S. Front St.
The Police Department is also encouraging community members to celebrate National Night Out by hosting parties in their own neighborhoods to enhance the relationship between the community and law enforcement.
“We believe National Night Out is a great way to facilitate and promote healthy police-community relations,” Kyle Police Department Officer James Plant said. “This event not only creates a sense of camaraderie between the police and citizens but also allows residents to build positive relationships with each other.”
Residents that are planning to host an event can register with the Kyle Police Department allowing law enforcement to know the location of the party and send police, firefighters, and EMS to join in the celebrations.
“Since 1984, National Night Out has provided citizens and law enforcement with the chance to build a safer community and we are extremely proud to be a part of this campaign,” Kyle Police Chief Jeff Barnett said. “With joint efforts from the community and police, we hope to have fun but also send a message saying the City of Kyle is united.”
To register for the event, visit www.cityofkyle.com/police/national-night-out-neighborhood-signup-form and fill out the application. Applications are due on or before Thursday, Sept. 30 at 5 p.m.
This event was made possible thanks to the Kyle/Buda VFW post #12058 and Live Oak Masonic Lodge #304.
For additional information or questions about National Night Out, go to www.cityofkyle.com/police/national-night-out-2021. or reach out to Kyle Police Department Officer James Plant at firstname.lastname@example.org.