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National Night Out Against Crime is August 5th, 2014 National Night Out Against Crime is August 5th, 2014
SPOKANE, Wash. -

It's National Night Out Against Crime and neighborhoods across the country will be gathering to make a stand against crime, including in Spokane. To find out where a party near you is located, check out the links below: 



Locations within the City of Spokane:


- Call your local C.O.P.S. : 509-835-4572


- Or, check out this link: 
http://www.spokanecops.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Public-NNO-party-list-2014.pdf



Locations within Spokane County: 


Spokane Valley Target Safety Fair: 1-3pm, corner of Evergreen and Sprague

Spokane North Target Safety Fair: 1-4pm, 9770 N Newport Hwy

SCOPE East—6-9pm—4904 N. Harvard #3, Otis Orchards, 922-3150

SCOPE Edgecliff—4-7pm—522 S. Thierman, 477-6345

SCOPE Elk—6-9pm—ELK Fire Station, 40116 N Elk Camden Rd, 292-0188

SCOPE on Fairchild (military personnel and their families only)—6-8pm—FAFB, at Miller Park, on Castle Street and Offutt Parkway, 247-2077

SCOPE University—6-8pm—10621 E 15th, 477-2582
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