Matthews PoliceMint Hill PoliceFirefighterNational NIght OutChief Rob HunterLorayn DeLucaPolice Community Relations
MPD Chief Rob Hunter with Fran Feines asking what she should do when a car with lights flashing comes up from behind her car.
MPD DARE Officer Karen Green explains to Judy Moore that to be safe medications should be ground up, put in coffee grinds, and thrown away-kids will not have the opportunity to take them. Lock up meds. Educate your kids.
Neighborhood Watch Member Pat Shay serves up the pizza and carrot cake with Rachel Porter, Doris Reuter, Lillian Gourd.
Resident St Andrews Retirement Community Lois Swing, 89, proud to pose with Chief (trying to get the scoop on where the speed traps are in Matthews!)
Community Resources Officer Stason Tyrrell.
Capt. Thompson answers safety questions.
Windrow neighborhood residents watch as MP Officer Kevin Osuch (in back) and Officer Jeff Corbett does K9 demo with fiesty Bosco their trusty dog.
Officer Blevins demonstrates a DWI Simulation with Irene Furr, MH.
MH Firefighter extraordinaire (as he calls himself) Klotzer talks to Jonathon Beck,15, from Stanfield NC, about the workings of climbing up the truck's ladder.
Kolton Manchester, 13, MH, tries his luck to dunk MHP-even the dog wants to get in the act!
Commissioner Lloyd Austin and Chamber Pres Mike Cochrane enjoy the event.
Faye Fink-records clerk,Det Sgt Marney Moberg, SRO John Hathcock, Marsha Bracket-MHPD Admin Assist.
Jackson Ray,6,and sister Whitney, 4, of Indian Trail, enjoy icy cool snow cones while their friends jump inside the house!
MHPD Officer Giman explains to Carter Swett, 4, MH, how the car computer works to help catch a bad guy.