League City Police Department receives two awards
The League City Police Department has been recognized by the National Association of Town Watch as a Nation Award Winner for outstanding participation in the 28th annual National Night Out program.
According to the press release, the department has participated in the program for the past five years, organizing local registration for neighborhoods and community groups and providing those groups with bags containing safety materials and brochures as well as National Night Out and League City Police Department giveaways.
The League City Police Department was one of five in the state of Texas and 39 in the country to receive the award.
“I am extremely proud of the work the police department does to organize National Night Out, and very pleased they are being recognized for this amazing community and police partnership.” said Mayor Tim Paulissen.
The department also participated in National Night Out Project 365 by demolishing the abandoned apartment complex of Snug Harbor, an alleged haven for drugs and violence. According to the press release, All National Night Out host organizations are asked to designate a particular "problem area" in their community and work toward correcting that problem within an estimated 365 days.
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