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National Night Out fosters positive relationship between residents and law enforcement

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  Hundreds of Maldonians of all ages attended the Malden Police Department’s National Night Out at Macdonald Stadium on Tuesday. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors, particularly children, and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.

  Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com.

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A fire station and PAW Patrol bouncy house had children active all night long.
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Police Detective Elijah McNeal taught Malden resident Neil Umakanth, 6, the use of police safety vests.
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Aseel, 6, and Janaa Oumalek, 3, pretended to dispatch each other on a police radio.
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Malden resident Kairo Bonet, 2, pretended to steer a police car and beep the horn.
Vanessa Spero is a Jail Diversion Clinician at the Malden Police Department.
Naomi Saias, 7, threw a softball to dunk an officer into the dunk tank.
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Malden Police Detective David Young sits inside the dunk tank.
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Mollie Bracken is a domestic violence counselor.

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