The 103rd Precinct went all-out for its celebration at Rufus King Park on Tuesday night.
Deputy Inspector John Cappelmann said the night was about “making the neighborhood safer, especially for the children.”
Lisbeth Lafaurie comes every year because her children enjoy the event, especially having their faces painted.
Sgt. Ingenito from the Patrol Borough Queens South said the auxiliary units are strong because there are about 70 volunteer officers who work seven nights a week and at programs and street fairs.
— Laura A. Shepard
Deputy Inspector John Cappelmann, commanding officer of the 103rd Precinct, back row left, and Donna Clopton, president of the 103rd Precinct Community Council, present certificates to Galeed Saeed, bottom row left, Mahanaze Gossain and Mahia Choudhury for planting flowers in the community.
Cupcake the Clown paints a boy’s face.
Night Out attendees wait for hamburgers and hot dogs to be served, left, while children enjoy some fun and games in the park.
Police Officer Sullivan and Officer Rodriguez of the NYPD’s Domestic Violence Unit invites residents to speak about the important issue.
A look at the crowd in Rufus King Park.
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