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National Night Out

Information about National Night Out in Albuquerque.

Meet your neighbors at the largest night out of the year. (Everybody's doing it.)

Use our Flyer

  1. Fill out the provided blanks with your National Night Out event information
    1. Top blank: name of your association or block
    2. Middle blank: time of your event
    3. Bottom blank: location of your event
  2. Make copies of the flyer (black and white should copy just fine)
  3. Distribute!

Flyer Downloads

Say "Hello" to your neighbors and "Good Bye" to crime.

When is National Night Out?

The 2018 National Night Out falls on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018.

If there is any event that a neighborhood or block should organize, this is it!

How to Get Involved

If you are organizing an event, complete the Registration Form.

 

If you are interested in seeing if there is an event near you that you can join, call (505) 768-2006.

This is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors on your block so don't hesitate to throw together a potluck in someone's driveway so you can start building those relationships!

Video: National Night Out Across the Country

What is National Night Out?

Annually on the first Tuesday in August, neighbors from across the United States host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts, and various other community events to send a message that our community is fighting back against crime.

National Night Out is an excellent opportunity for you and your neighbors to socialize, renew acquaintances, welcome new neighbors, and join fellow citizens in our community's fight against crime. Come together to strengthen neighborhoods and improve police-community partnerships to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.

Locally, National Night Out is sponsored by the Albuquerque Police Department, the Crime Prevention Unit, and the Office of Neighborhood Coordination.

National Night Out Objectives

Objectives of National Night Out include:

  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
  • Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts;
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships;
  • Renew old acquaintances and establish new friendships by getting to know your neighbor; and
  • Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.