MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County’s annual “National Night Out,” hosted by the Morris County Park Police and the Morris County Park Commission, returns to the Mennen Sports Arena in Morris Township on Tuesday, August 1, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., with more FREE attractions.
Dozens of municipal, county, non-profit, and state agencies will participate and answer your questions.
The Morris County Park Police are once again offering the popular free Child ID Cards, an initiative launched in 2000 that registers more than 1,000 children annually.
Each year since 2007, the National Association of Town Watch has named Morris County’s National Night Out event a national award winner.
Explore police, fire, emergency, military, and rescue vehicles, such as motorcycles, ambulances, all-terrain vehicles, fire engines, and squad cars. Visit the horses of the Morris County Park Police’s award-winning Mounted Equestrian Unit. Dance the night away with a DJ, and enjoy live performances.
“For the past seven years, the Morris County ‘National Night Out’ has received national recognition because it offers a comprehensive array of participating agencies to educate the public on available community services,” said Morris County Park Police Chief Gabe DiPietro.
DiPietro and the Morris County Park Police ensure public safety throughout Morris County, and provide assistance to other area agencies. The department currently patrols park facilities with cars, motorcycles, bicycles, all-terrain vehicles, and horses.
For more information click here or contact Park Police at (973) 326-7632.