Carnival Night which was originally scheduled for Friday, August 18, has been rescheduled for Friday, Sept. 15 beginning at 4 p.m. These events give residents the chance to meet their local officers and interact with them in a fun and entertaining setting.
“This is another initiative, amongst many for officers, to interact with the community and engage with them in a way that opens the door for future cooperation and understanding,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “We’re glad to have been able to reschedule the event, and invite everyone to come out and enjoy a night of fun with your neighborhood police officers. Building bridges with the children and families in the city creates an unbreakable bond between the guardians and its citizens that will last well into the future.”
Camden County Police Department officers, city and county officials, and neighborhood residents will be on hand for an evening of family fun, including food, refreshments, games and free amusements. For more information on the Camden County Police Department and its other initiatives in the community, visit www.camdencountypd.org.