A crowd estimated by the NYPD to be at least 600 strong packed Baisley Park in South Jamaica for National Night Out, a fun-filled event held on the first Tuesday of every August to promote positive relations between the police department and the community.
— Mark Lord
Members of the Beckett Family of South Jamaica enjoy the event picnic-style.
Stiltwalkers nearly reach the treetops in Baisley Park.
Assemblyman Bill Scarborough, left, former Councilman Leroy Comrie and Borough President Melinda Katz.
Dancers from the Jasper Performing Arts Center delighted the crowd.
Elly Dingle, 4, came all the way from the Bronx to hang out with family members and get her face painted.
Members of Kaisokah Moko Jumbies U.S.A. kick their heels up high — very high!
Four of New York’s finest.
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