Do-gooding Brooklynites came together for a night of community input on Aug. 3, marking the most recent “National Night Out Against Crime,” with over a dozen community-building events held in Brooklyn NYPD precincts.

The National Night Out, a countrywide event established in the 1980’s meant to strengthen police-community relations and educate locals about crime and its prevention, was held this year for the first time during the pandemic, and against the backdrop of both 2020’s widespread protests against police brutality, and a surge in gun violence throughout Brooklyn and New York City.

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Do-gooding Brooklynites came together for a night of community input on Aug. 3, marking the […]

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