Strengthening Police/Community Partnership at National Evening at Church of Scientology Los Angeles

Building community-police partnerships begins with young people at the National Night’s Eve celebration at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles.

By getting to know the men in blue who serve their neighborhood, these children gain a greater appreciation for the service the police provide to the community.

By getting to know the men in blue who serve their neighborhood, these children gain a greater appreciation for the service the police provide to the community.

National Night Out at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles gives young people a closer look at the men and women who serve their community.

National Night Out at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles gives young people a closer look at the men and women who serve their community.

All Aboard: Young people explore a fire truck during National Night at the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles.

All Aboard: Young people explore a fire truck during National Night at the Church of Scientology in Los Angeles.

    Children gain a different perspective on what it means to serve the community.

Children gain a different perspective on what it means to serve the community.

Members of the East Hollywood community gather at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles for a family home evening celebrating police/community partnership.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, Aug. 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Church of Scientology hosted a celebration of National Night Out, an annual campaign to build community and raise awareness about crime prevention and drugs supported by some 16,000 communities nationwide.

The Church made the evening special for local youth with carnival games, a bouncy house, a spray paint artist, free popcorn and cotton candy, and a movie under the stars. But among the most popular activities for kids were seeing what it’s like inside a police cruiser and getting the chance to ride a fire engine.

The Church, which hosts National Night Out each year, presented congratulations to officers from Los Angeles Fire Station 35 and the LAPD Northeast Region for their service to the community.

Drug abuse is a factor in much of the crime in Los Angeles, and Strike Out Against Drugs, a local nonprofit drug education and prevention organization, has brought its Mobile Drug Prevention Theater at the event. Strike Out Against Drugs uses drug education and prevention materials from the Foundation for a Drug Free World, the drug prevention campaign supported by the Church of Scientology.

Noting the role drug addiction plays in the disintegration of the social fabric, Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote, “Research has shown that the single most destructive element present in our culture today is drugs.

Churches of Scientology and Scientologists are active in drug education and prevention throughout the year. They work in close coordination with the Los Angeles Police Department and the LA County Sheriff’s Department, providing drug education materials, programs, and training to anyone willing to take effective action to address this issue. urgent.

For more information, contact the Church of Scientology Los Angeles at (323) 953-3206 or visit their website, Facebook or Instagram.

The Church of Scientology Los Angeles is an ideal Scientology organization, configured to serve Scientologists in their ascent to spiritual freedom and to serve as a home for the entire community – a meeting place for cooperative efforts to uplift people of all confessions.

An episode of Inside Scientology featuring the Church of Scientology Los Angeles was part of the special program when Scientology ecclesiastical leader Mr. David Miscavige launched the Scientology Network in 2018. This episode is available on the channel DIRECTV 320 and can be streamed on Scientology.tv, through mobile apps, and through Roku, Amazon Fire, and Apple TV platforms.

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