On Tuesday, Cleveland residents were invited to participate in Mayor Frank Jackson's 31st annual "Night out against Crime." Other neighborhoods around northeast Ohio also united to take back the streets.
The "Night out against Crime" is an opportunity for Clevelanders to come together in order to shine a light on crime one block at a time, and take a stand against violence and other types of crimes in their communities.
Events were held throughout the city featuring police and public safety vehicles, free health screenings, refreshments and activities for the entire family.
The main event happened at Kerruish Park, but that wasn't the only location.
Additional locations included:
• 1st District – Cudell Recreation Center, 1810 West Boulevard
• 2nd District – Steelyard Commons, I-71/Jennings Freeway
• 3rd District – Humphrey Park
• 4th District – E. 65th & Fullerton Avenue
Determined 9-year-old Michael Moore says he wants to be in the FBI when he grows up. His mother says having a positive influence helps keep him on the right path. So she brought Michael and his older sister to Kerruish Park.
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