18th Annual Denver Police District 6 Halloween Event

18th Annual Denver Police District 6 Halloween Event

The 18th Annual Denver Police District 6 Halloween Event will be held on Wednesday October 31st, 2012 from 4 to 7 pm at the Denver Police District 6 Station located at 1566 Washington St. This free event has become a tradition for many neighborhood families. Last year over 2,000 children and their families attended. The event is geared towards children under 12 years of age, accompanied by a responsible adult. The purpose of the event is for children to have a safe and fun environment to enjoy Halloween.

Download the flyer.

Some of the scheduled events include:
  • children can have a personal photograph with a police officer
  • obtain a picture ID card
  • lots of free candy
  • a haunted bus
  • fire trucks, ambulances, police cars, CSI, SWAT officers, police horses and motorcycles
  • special appearance by McGruff, the crime fighting dog

This event is free to the public in a joint venture with the private community and hosted by the Denver Police Department, 100% funded by private donations of many generous local businesses.

Interested in volunteering for the event? Contact Tech. Mark Jacobson, District 6 Resource Officer, at (720) 913-2800 or email: Mark.Jacobson@denvergov.org.

There is no public parking at the station, so carpooling and drop off/pick up is highly recommended. Attendees should be diligent that they park legally to avoid being ticketed and towed.

Posted on September 13, 2012 (Archive on November 01, 2012)
Posted by kpellegrin  Contributed by kpellegrin