On August 7th 2018, the Auburn Police Department hosted its first annual “National Night Out” event. Aimed at continuing our commitment of building and forging a strong partnership with the community that we serve, we had a tremendous turnout from our residents and we hope that this event was enjoyed by all in attendance.

We would like to thank our collaborative partners who took part in the event with us; The City of Auburn to include Mayor Quill, City Councilors Cuddy, Giannettino, McCormick, Carabajal, as well as City Manager Dygert, Auburn DPW and Hoopes Park Staff, the Auburn Fire Department, the Cayuga County Sheriffs Office and their “Operation Safe Child” ID Program, Cayuga County District Attorney Jon Budelmann, the Cayuga County Probation Department, Auburn Public Theater, the Cayuga County E-911 Center, Syracuse Recovery Services, Cayuga Community College, Auburn Housing Authority, Cayuga Counseling Services, the Auburn BID, Auburn Community Hospital, the Cayuga County Drug Free Coalition, Cub Scout Pack 40, Cayuga/Onondaga BOCES, the New York State Police, Muzzi’s Italia Ice, TLC Ambulance Service, HEAL, Nick’s Ride 4 Friend’s, Cayuga County Stop DWI Committee, Auburn Rescue Mission, Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency, Seymour Library, Auburn Enlarged School District, the United Way of Cayuga County, Perform 4 Purpose, Auburn Party Rental, CNY Party Tent Rentals, Majorpalooza Inc., Auburn Police Union Local 195, and the Auburn Police P.B.A.

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