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7/15/2013 9:56:00 AM
National Night Out encourages safe neighborhoods
Prescott Valley K9 Officer Paul Hines introduces his dog Joey during a past National Night Out. Joey now is retired with Hines, and this year, National Night Out participants will see Hines with his new K9 partner Kio.
FilePhoto/Cheryl Hartz
Prescott Valley K9 Officer Paul Hines introduces his dog Joey during a past National Night Out. Joey now is retired with Hines, and this year, National Night Out participants will see Hines with his new K9 partner Kio.
FilePhoto/Cheryl Hartz
Special to the Tribune


The Prescott Valley Police Department encourages residents to take part in National Night Out events on Tuesday, Aug 6, to get to know their neighbors better, learn about ways to prevent crime, and work with police to help keep neighborhoods safe.

Along with traditional displays of outdoor lights and front-porch vigils, Prescott Valley neighborhoods have participated in a variety of events over the years that have included block parties, cookouts, and visits from local police, fire department and town officials, Prescott Valley Police Department spokesman Brandon Bonney said.

"Participating in National Night Out is an effective, inexpensive and enjoyable program that promotes neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships in our efforts in maintaining a safe community," Bonney said.

National Night Out aims to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, increase participation in local anticrime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit, and let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back, Bonney said.

For more information about National Night Out activities in Prescott Valley, contact the Prescott Valley Police Department at 928-772-9261 or email the corporal assigned to your district.

District 1 is the southwest district which encompasses Frontage Road businesses and residential areas south of Spouse Drive and west of Robert Road. This area also includes Lynx Lake Estates, Granville West, Glassford Regional Marketplace and the Entertainment District. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Jason Kaufman, jkaufman@pvaz.net)

District 2 is the southeast district which encompasses Frontage Road businesses and residential areas south of Spouse Drive and east of Robert Road. This area includes the Prescott Valley Business Park. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Thomas Grant, Jr., tgrant@pvaz.net

District 3 is the northwest district which encompasses areas north of Spouse Drive and west of Robert Road. This area includes Granville East. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Tyran Payne, tpayne@pvaz.net

District 4 is the northeast district which encompasses areas north of Spouse Drive and east of Robert Road. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Jeremy Martin, jmartin@pvaz.net

District 5 is the district which encompasses business and residential areas south of Highway 69. This area includes Quailwood Meadows, Orchard Ranch, Villages at Lynx Creek, Prescott Country Club, Grapevine Industrial Park, StoneRidge and Victorian Estates. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Shawn Caswell, scaswell@pvaz.net

District 6 is the district which encompasses business and residential areas north of Highway 89A. This area includes Viewpoint, Pronghorn Ranch, Mingus West and the Yavapai County Fairgrounds. The corporal assigned to that district is Cpl. Michael Williams, mwilliams@pvaz.net


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