06-09-10Good Neighbor Recognition for National Night
Boise, June 9, 2010 - The Boise Police
Department Crime Prevention Unit is adding an exciting new feature
to this year's National Night Out celebration, a good neighbor
award! The department is seeking nominations from Boise City
residents in preparation for National Night Out, a neighborhood
crime fighting event coming up August 3rd.
"It will be exciting to recognize those citizens
who go out of their way to be a good neighbor," said Charlene
Miller, Boise Police Neighborhood Watch Coordinator. "We know these
good neighbors do what they do not asking for anything in return,
but these folks deserve a heartfelt 'thank you'. Watching out
for our neighbors, keeping our neighborhoods safe and friendly is
what National Night Out is all about!"
Boise Police Crime Prevention experts are asking
neighbors to get together and consider if there's someone in their
neighborhood who goes above and beyond in helping
out. This person may mow the lawn as a courtesy to a
neighbor who is ill or elderly, watch
children, or help in planning neighborhood clean-ups
or block parties. The good work possibilities are endless and as
unique as the citizens who live in your area. The BPD wants to
recognize those in your neighborhood, from youth to senior
citizens and anyone in between, who make our neighborhoods
friendlier, safer places to live. The Boise Police Department will
recognize these outstanding neighbors at our National Night Out
parties Tuesday, August 3rd.
Boise's National Night Out 2009 celebration
included more than 60 neighborhood parties, involving many of
Boise's more than 300 Neighborhood Watch Groups.
1. Your neighborhood hosts, or is involved in, a NNO
block party on August 3, 2010.
2. The nominee did not receive financial pay for their
3. The reason(s) you are recognizing this person is for
actions that have occurred since August, 2009.
4. The reason(s) you are recognizing this person
occurred in the neighborhood.
5. The reason(s) can be small or large helpful acts,
but you believe they went above and beyond.
For Those Nominating:
1. Please give me your name, email address and
2. The Nominee's name.
3. Reason for the recognition and date(s) if
applicable. In 100 words or less, please explain and describe
why this person (the nominee) deserves to be recognized by the
Boise Police Department.
Send your nomination to:
email@example.com or fax to 208-570-6119.
Nominations must be received by Friday, July 9th
to be considered, so get your in today!