|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.
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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.