Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Night Out Against Crime was held Aug. 7 in neighborhoods across the City of Cleveland to help shine a light on safety and give residents an
opportunity to meet and greet City Safety officials.
Activities included face painting, fingerprinting for children and much more. Representatives from city, county, parks and other municipalities showcased their vehicles and met with residents to talk about what they do. The family-friendly event also included entertainment.
Locations included the main event at East Technical High School at 2439 E. 55 St. and events in the five police districts: W. 130-Bellaire (First District), Steelyard Commons (Second District), Arbor Park Village on E. 137 (Third District), Rainbow Terrace on Carson Road (Fourth District) and Coit Road Park (Fifth District.)