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Crime prevention event held at The District in Tustin

The National Night Out Against Crime promotes anticrime programs and community awareness.

By Danielle GautPublished: August 09, 2011 07:00 AM

The Tustin Police Department, Target and The District last Tuesday came together to host an annual event that encourages crime prevention in O.C. The National Night Out Against Crime is held throughout the country to promote local community awareness and participation in anticrime programs – all while providing an enjoyable evening for families and friends. In addition, it promotes harmony and cooperative efforts between the community and police personnel.

The Tustin event included an array of family activities. Face painting, balloon art and free photos with army, fire and police vehicles were some of the fun options available to kids. Live music, raffle prize drawings and free food samplings from participating restaurants in The District were other notable features of the event.

“The District is pleased to once again partner with Target and the Tustin PD for the National Night Out,” said Kimberly Daskas, marketing director/strategic development of Vestar Development, the commercial real estate management firm that oversees the retail center. “This event is not only a chance to provide the community with important safety and crime issues and tips, it provides families with a fun-filled night of entertainment and to showcase several of our stores and restaurants.”

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