Police Host 29th Annual National Night Out

Corpus Christi Police Chief Floyd Simpson invites children to look through the new Corpus Christi Police museum

The 29th annual National Night Out produced 92 events throughout Corpus Christi on the night of October 2, 2012 for the purpose to reduce crime, reduce the fear of crime, and enhance public safety. The kickoff event in Corpus Christi was held at the HEB on Kostoryz where the Corpus Christi Police debuted the Corpus Christi Police mobile museum.

The Corpus Christi Police Forensics Division was at several locations to host the Prints for Life Program. The Forensics Lab Technicians provided 305 parents with documents that contained fingerprints of their child. There were 58 children printed at the HEB kickoff event, 90 children printed at Casa De Manana, and 157 children printed at Garcia Elementary. The Forensics Services Supervisor John Hornsby said, “I believe that the contact with the community and the positive impact we make on these children will extend well past National Night Out or any other single event.”


Corpus Christi Police Chief Floyd Simpson addresses the crowd for the National Night Out kick-off event at the HEB on Kostoryz as the Moody Trojan Cheerleaders are ready to perform
The Moody NJROTC presented the colors at the National Night Out kick-off event at the HEB on Kostoryz.
Corpus Christi Police Crime Prevention Advisor Brenda Moreno (left) speaks to a family at the National Night Out.
Families visit at a National Night Out event on Indiana Street