Scott County Sheriff’s Office Encourages Neighborhood Involvement as Crime Prevention Tool
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office invites local residents and business owners to join neighborhoods across the state and nation for Night to Unite.
Participating in Night to Unite is simple - neighborhood residents are asked to turn on outside lights, lock their doors and spend the evening outside with fellow neighbors and public safety personnel. Many neighborhoods plan block events such as ice cream socials, BBQs, lawn games, and similar fun events to bring neighbors together. Neighbors are encouraged to use the evening to discuss issues important to their communities, creating a plan to protect common areas, or coordinating a neighborhood watch program.
“Night to Unite gives us the opportunity to meet with our citizens and discuss ways we can help each other prevent crime in our neighborhoods,” said Sheriff Luke Hennen. “The partnership between law enforcement and community is the key in continuing to make Scott County a great, safe place to live."
Night to Unite takes place the first Tuesday in August. Most neighborhood events are scheduled between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. The Scott County Sheriff’s Office invites neighborhoods to register for Night to Unite. Registering in advance allows for deputies and public safety personnel to be aware of planned events, which offers the opportunity to attend and meet citizens.
Register for Night to Unite
If you would like Sheriff's Office personnel to attend your Night to Unite event, please submit the form by July 22nd. Click on the button below to register your event:
If you have any questions, please call Community Engagement Deputy Amy Lueck at 952-496-8862 or by email.