Wilmington Police Department Hosts Free Outdoor Community Resource Fair

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WILMINGTON, DE — The Wilmington Police Department has announced their next monthly Community Resource Fair. This time, it will be held outdoors, on June 15th, from 4-6pm, in the verdant surroundings of Cool Springs Park. Located at the intersection of North Jackson Street and Park Place, this event is open to all.

Launched last year as an expansion of past celebrations of National Night Out, the WPD Community Resource Fairs have been organized to invite members of the public to interact with police officers representing various assignments and positions at WPD, as well as a range of government, nonprofit and community service providers who serve the City of Wilmington and its residents. Programs this year have been held at the Police Athletic League of Wilmington, the William “Hicks” Anderson Community Center, the MSK Community Center and Helen Chambers Park.

This event is free and open to the public, and there will be food and plenty of public safety-related giveaways.

Pre-registration for partners/vendors is required, and is limited to government and nonprofit organizations providing free services to Wilmington residents.

For more information, visit https://www.wilmingtonde.gov/government/public-safety/wilmington-police-department/wpd-community-resource-fairs.

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