City of Warren holds Police-Fire Open House – Mayor James Fouts’ police-fire initiative works to improve community relations
Warren families will get a chance to experience the City of Warren’s public safety team in action. On July 24, from noon to 4 p.m., outside of City Hall, Warren residents will get an upfront-and-close look at the city of Warren’s Police and Fire departments at a “Police-Fire Open House”. The event will take place in an open area and will feature multiple Displays and Exhibits.
Children of Warren residents will receive free child safety ID kits and bicycle helmets while supplies last. Refreshemtns, including hotdogs, chips and pop will be offered to the attendees as long as supplies last.
The Police-Fire Open House will include the following Displays and Exhibits:
- Warren Crime Commission
- Warren Police Chaplains
- Warren Police Explorers
- Animal Control
- EMS Display
- Vehicle Extrication Demonstrations
- Evidence Technician Demonstrations
- HAZ-MAT & Tech Rescue Unit Display
- SWAT Team, Tank & Motorcycle Display
- Emergency Vehicle Displays
- Junior Firefighter Challenge
- Dress Like A Firefighter
- Smoke House
- Building Tours
- Antique Fire Truck
- Fire Obstacle Course
In a statement, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said that the special day will be “entertaining, informational and an opportunity to see our public safety team in action.” Further adding that he is proud of the the City’s initiaves to engage the residents of the Warren community.