Join Us for Night to Unite!
Please join the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association and hundreds of communities throughout the State of Minnesota for the annual Night to Unite (NTU), Minnesota’s statewide celebration which takes place on the first Tuesday of August of every year. Night to Unite helps to celebrate and strengthen neighborhood and community partnerships particularly between residents and their local law enforcement.
Night to Unite is sponsored by the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association, AAA of Minnesota/Iowa and local law enforcement communities.
To register your Law Enforcement Agency for Night to Unite, please complete the form below.
National Night Out
National Night Out (NNO) also occurs annually on the first Tuesday in August and promotes police-community partnership, neighborhood camaraderie, and enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement. If you are participating in National Night Out, please register your celebration at the NATW website. Once you register with NATW they will send you an organizational guide and coordinator toolkit. You can order National Night Out items directly from NATW using their website.
If you are unsure whether your community celebrates Night to Unite, National Night Out, or both we encourage you to reach out to your local law enforcement agency for more information.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any member of the NTU Planning Committee:
|Julie Janke||Chaska Police Department||Email Julie|
|Monica Jensen||Dakota County Attorney’s Office||Email Monica|
|Mark Peterson||American Automotive Association (AAA)||Email Mark|
|Nicole Neis||Anoka County Sheriff’s Office||Email Nicole|
|Katie Chase||Bloomington Police Department||Email Katie|
|Laura Vaughan||West St. Paul Police Department||Email Laura|
|Georgeann Freeman||Savage Police Department||Email Georgeann|
|Nicholas Luciano||Floyd Total Security||Email Nicholas|
MCPA Annual Conference
The MCPA hosts an annual statewide conference in October of each year. This conference features; educational breakout sessions, exhibitors, silent auction, Bingo, and several networking opportunities. The conference is a great way to learn about crime prevention topics and network with a variety of officers from many different agencies throughout Minnesota.