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Stockton’s National Night Out brings together families, resources

National night celebrations were held around the region on Tuesday night, including in Stockton. National Night events focus on building relationships between members of law enforcement and the communities they serve, as well as connecting neighbors with each other, available resources and other local leaders. KCRA 3 spoke with some of the people who attended the National Night Out event in Stockton. Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden “It was a great day,” McFadden said. “We brought some of our toys that help us do what we need to do. We have a rescue vehicle that helps when someone is in crisis. We have a helicopter that is our eyes in the sky when they don’t. We can come sometime.” McFadden said his goal Tuesday was to connect with new members of the community, especially youth and those who serve them locally, and to emphasize his commitment to keeping the people of Stockton safe. “We have wonderful men and women in the department who work tirelessly,” he said. “They are very engaged because it strengthens the relationship between the community and those who protect and serve them,” Lincoln said. “This is amazing.” Lincoln said he has been a part of the Night Out events and wants to continue to showcase the good work being done in Stockton, through events like National Night Out. He said he is proud of the work being done by the new police chief and the department. “I’m very proud of this police department,” he said. “I’m very proud of the leadership and I’m very proud of the direction we’re going.” Stockton Student Jaden Smith “It’s really good here. It’s really good here,” he said. “It’s my first time. I’ve lived here my whole life and it’s the first time I’ve been to one of these events.” Jaden said he came to the Night Out event with his father. His favorite thing, he said, is the mini-games. San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar”It builds trust and honesty. We “I see this year after year,” she said. “How do we repair these relationships with our community? They have to believe and trust us and we have to believe and trust them. This can be, she said, individuals who come with information related to the case, work for a judge and want to testify. “That’s how criminal justice works,” she said. “That’s how we prevent crime.” Verber Salazar said she was happy to see the event in town Tuesday and the event continues to grow. She hoped that those in attendance – especially individuals or families who were affected and/or survivors, or using resources to get back on their feet – enjoyed the event. “It’s amazing,” she said. “We are all just people who believe in society and want to move forward.” Verber Salazar said she hopes families remember the resources they have in the coming days and that the door to the district attorney’s office is always open. open.

National night celebrations were held around the region on Tuesday night, including in Stockton.

National Night events focus on building relationships between members of law enforcement and the communities they serve, as well as connecting neighbors with each other, available resources and other local leaders.

KCRA 3 spoke with some of the people who attended the National Night Out event in Stockton.

Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden

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Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden

“It’s a great day,” McFadden said. “We brought some of our toys that help us do what we need to do. We have a rescue vehicle that helps when someone is in crisis. We have a helicopter that is our eyes in the sky when they don’t. We can come sometime.”

McFadden said his goal Tuesday was to connect with new members of the community, especially youth and those who serve them locally, and to emphasize his commitment to keeping the people of Stockton safe.

“We have wonderful men and women in the department who work tirelessly,” he said. “They are very busy. We are very motivated. It is even more important that we have this partnership between the police department and the community.”

McFadden was sworn in as police chief in June 2022.

Stockton Mayor Kevin Lincoln

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“This is a great event because it strengthens the relationship between the community and those who protect and serve them,” said Lincoln. “This is amazing.”

Lincoln said he has been to many Night Out events and wants to continue to showcase the good work being done in Stockton, through events like National Night Out. He said he is proud of the work being done by the new police chief and the department.

“I’m very proud of this police department,” he said. “I’m very proud of the leadership and I’m very proud of the direction we’re going.”

Stockton student Jaden Smith

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“It’s good here, it’s good here,” he said. “This is the first time. I’ve lived here my whole life and it’s the first time I’ve been in one of these things.”

Jaden said he came to Night Out with his dad.

His favorite part, he said, is the minor leagues.

“I love it, there are so many people and, in these difficult times, people just come together and have fun,” he said.

San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar

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“It builds trust and honesty. We see that every year,” she said. “How do we fix these relationships with our people? They have to believe and trust us and we have to believe in them.”

Verber Salazar said trust reduces crime and promotes a better, healthier society. This can be, she said, individuals who come with information related to the case, work for a judge and want to testify.

“That’s how criminal justice works,” she said. “This is how we prevent crime.”

Verber Salazar said she was very happy to see the event in town on Tuesday and that the event continues to grow. She hoped that those in attendance – especially individuals or families who were affected and/or survivors, or using resources to get back on their feet – enjoyed the event.

“It’s amazing,” she said. “We are all just people who believe in the community and want it to continue.”

Verber Salazar said she hopes families remember the resources they have in the coming days and that the door to the district attorney’s office is open.


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