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Date: October 7, 2015
Contact: Chi-Chung Keung, APR, Public Information Coordinator
(714) 738-6317


Fullerton, Ca – The Fullerton Police Department is pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Police Department Open House, scheduled for Saturday, October 24, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The day’s events will include displays of Police/SWAT vehicles, demonstrations, Public Safety information, Police Memorabilia displays and tours of the station, including the Police Department shooting range, where participants can try out our PRISM shooting simulator. In addition, food trucks, booths and games along with a DJ will add to the festive environment surrounding the Police Open House.

Across the street at City Hall, Mayor Greg Sebourn will host an Open House of the Mayor’s Office and the City Council Chambers. The Open House at City Hall will coincide with the Police Department Open House which starts at 10:00 a.m. and conclude at 4:30 p.m.

This year’s event is also scheduled as part of the Red Ribbon Week (October 24-31) kickoff, the Nation’s largest anti-drug campaign. Visitors will have a chance to sign the Red Ribbon Pledge Banner, showing others that they are committed to taking a stand against drugs.

The Police Department Open House will take place at the Fullerton Police Department, located at 237 W. Commonwealth Avenue, in the City of Fullerton. For more information, please contact the Fullerton Police Department at (714) 738-6836 or online at

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