SFPD, community and labor organizations host 7th annual ‘Chinatown Night Out’ event on Wednesday, Sept. 8 026-21

Flyer for Chinatown Night Out

The San Francisco Police Department’s Central District Station, in coordination with community and labor organizations, will host the 7th annual Chinatown Night Out event on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Chinatown Night Out, modeled after National Night Out, was established in 2014 to engage with San Francisco’s monolingual Chinese-speaking communities to build long-lasting partnerships between police and the residents they are sworn to protect and serve. Multiple SFPD units will take part in the celebration, which is free and open to the public and will include food and entertainment. Attendees will be able to access resources and information on crime prevention strategies relating to hate crimes and hate-motivated incidents, robberies, burglaries, blessing scams, cell phone theft, security cameras, personal safety, and more.

WHAT: Central Station’s 7th Annual Chinatown Night Out

WHERE: Portsmouth Square, Washington and Kearny Streets, San Francisco’s Chinatown

WHEN: Wednesday, September 8, 2021, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

WHO: Sponsors include:

• San Francisco Police Officers Association • San Francisco Asian Peace Officers Association • Chinese Chamber of Commerce • Rose Pak Community Fund • Chinatown Community Development Center • Community Youth Center • Central Station • Supervisor Aaron Peskin • Hilton Hotel • Self-Help for the Elderly • API Council • SF SAFE • Chinese Hospital • Tony’s Pizza Napoletana • Boston Properties • Chinatown Merchants United Association of San Francisco • San Francisco District Attorney’s Office • CCHP • Chinatown YMCA • Recology • Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association • San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development • San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department • (partial list)

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