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6th Precinct District Attorney Office Night out Against Crime.mov

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Uploaded on Aug 4, 2011

August 2nd 2011, the Sixth Precinct and the District Attorney's Office of Manhattan hosted the 28th year of "A Night Out Against Crime" by "Father Demo Square" (on Carmine St just off Bleecker and sixth ave) where the 6th precinct police, police auxiliary, "The Christopher Street Patrol" (resident West village volunteers along with Guardian Angel members), the community council members, block associations and members of the District Attorney's Office came out to meet and greet residents, friends (make new friends), and neighbors here in the Village, while officers served up BBQ to all that came. There were tables set up with helpful information on voter registration, crime prevention, health concerns, and social services. A lone musician on an electric keyboard serenaded the crowd with everything from "Elton John" to "Billy Joel" tunes (the two songs I added to this video were sung by my daughter).
A representative from the mayor's office awarded two plaques one too the new sixth precinct commander (there's a new sheriff in town and his name is) "Deputy Inspector Brandon del Pozo" and the other too "Maureen Remecale" of the sixth precinct community council.
Encouraging speeches were made on the state of crime in the safest big city in the world, "Deputy Inspector "Brandon del Pozo" in his speech gave praise too the low crime rate due too collective efforts by all, our Police departments, Police auxiliary, "Christopher Street Patrol", citizen volunteers, and citizens by calling 911 (these are not his exact words so watch the video).
On a personal note: A community is made up of those that live, work and contribute some form of service too it, our resident neighbors, shop keepers, police, fire, sanitation departments, teachers, crossing guards, dog walkers, nannies and house keepers. Get to know your community and your community get too know you. Be aware, be alert of what your gut (Spiderman senses) tells you. Let us make this "Night Out against Crime" last the entire year.

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