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Shreveport Bossier Night Out pushed back due to heat

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City officials on both sides of the river say they want to push the annual Shreveport Bossier night out back this year.

This years event will take place on October 1st. It's normally held in August but officials say they're hoping to draw more of a turnout with the cooler temperatures. The Shreveport bossier night out is designed to promote crime and drug prevention and awareness. Marcus Hines with Shreveport PD said, it's just one of the tools they can use to keep both cities safe. "Here locally, it's important that the citizens realize how thankful we are to have a strong relationship with the communities on both sides of the Red River. These relationships have proven to be very important in fighting and stopping crime. Every year gets a little better and we hope this year will be the best we've seen."

For more information on how to organize a night out in your community, contact Shreveport or Bossier police.

 

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