In an effort to bring families together in Statesboro and Bulloch County, the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department in coordination with Statesboro Police Department, Georgia State Patrol, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, along with several other law enforcement divisions in Bulloch County, are joining forces to invite the community to come together with their families for Bulloch County’s Annual Night Out Against Crime Event.
“have a stress-free evening with your children this Saturday, November 12, from 4-6 PM behind the Honey Bowen Building at 1 Max Lockwood Drive.”Sheriff Noel Brown
Sheriff Noel Brown welcomes you to come out to the Bulloch County Night Out Against Crime, and “have a stress-free evening with your children this Saturday, November 12, from 4-6 PM behind the Honey Bowen Building at 1 Max Lockwood Drive.”
The Golf Cart Train will be at the event along with multiple games and prizes, inflatables, a dunkin’ booth, Wavee Shavee snowcones and so much more!
Sheriff Deputy and WJMS Resource Officer, Bubba Revell noted that, “the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Foundation will be cooking over 400 hotdogs!” Deputy Revell went further to say, “Bulloch County's Night Out Against Crime is a good opportunity to see our community come together and have a good time.”
"We are looking forward to seeing everyone having a great time at the event!"Sheriff Noel Brown
Thank you to our local law enforcement along with multiple community partners for putting together a completely free event for Bulloch County’s children and parents! Sheriff Brown said, “we are looking forward to seeing everyone having a great time at the event!”
For more information on how you can participate or support Bulloch's Night Out Against Crime contact Julie Morrision at 912-764-9846.