BPD Helped Light the Way for Another Successful Flashlight Walk in the South End

On Thursday, July 25,2019, neighbors of all ages came out to unite with Officers from Distirct D-4 (South End) in BPD’s Summer Flashlight Walks.  All participants received a flashlight and enjoyed a Hoodsie cup from the BPD ice-cream truck! Fun was had by all on a beautiful night in our great city!

BPD in the Community: Another Successful Flashlight Walk - This Week We Were on District E-13 in Jamaica Plain!!!

FLASHLIGHT WALK: On Thursday, July 18, 2019, officers from District E-13 (Jamaica Plain), the Bureau of Community Engagement, and the Command Staff joined Jamaica Plain residents for a Flashlight Walk near the Mildred C. Hailey Apartments. The walk wrapped up at Jackson Square Park, where participants visited the Score4More barbecue and enjoyed food, music, and dancing. Our officers had a great time meeting and connecting with so many concerned and compassionate community members.

Thanks again to everybody who came out!  If you know someone who’d like to attend a future Flashlight Walk, please call the BPD's Neighborhood Watch Unit at (617) 343-4345 or send an email to: meetinginfo@pd.boston.gov.

Community Spirit was in High Supply at Last Night’s Flashlight Walk on District C-6 in South Boston

FLASHLIGHT WALK: Thanks to everybody who turned out for last night’s Flashlight Walk on District C-6 in South Boston. As you can see in the photos, community spirit and positive energy were in high supply and easy to see as our officers interacted with the residents of South Boston. Make no mistake, Flashlight Walks were created to bring people together while giving our officers and those we serve the opportunity to better acquaint themselves with each other, as well as, issues of concern impacting their neighborhood. Our officers had a great time meeting, listening to and connecting with so many concerned and compassionate community members and we can’t wait ‘til the next event. Flashlight Walks are all about coming together as a community and the District C-6 Flashlight Walk certainly achieved that goal.

Thanks again to everybody who made it a point to attend last night and if you know someone who’d like to attend a future Flashlight Walk, please call the BPD's Neighborhood Watch Unit at (617) 343-4345 or send an email to: meetinginfo@pd.boston.gov.