The Stockton Police Department is excited to announce their participation in the annual National Night Out campaign which occurs on the first Tuesday in August.   National Night Out is a yearlong community building campaign designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate support for participation in local anti-crime programs, and strengthen neighborhood spirit as well as police-community partnerships. 

In the City of Stockton, National Night Out is celebrated with a variety of neighborhood events; such as block parties, barbecues, and ice cream socials. Last year 95 neighborhood communities participated. We are looking forward to another year of joining you in celebrating community and police partnerships. Gather your neighbors, plan an event and get that information to us before the deadline of: TBD for 2019

Registration is open to all City of Stockton residents, businesses, and community groups.

To add your gathering to our registry: 

Contact Crime Prevention Community Service Officer Andrea Castro via email:

Please include all of the following:

1. Name of the organizer 

2. Phone number of the organizer

3. Email address of the organizer

4. Location of your gathering (Please include an address number for GPS purposes)

5. Time the gathering begins and ends

6. Estimated number of people expected to attend your gathering

Even if you have registered with the National Night Out website (NNO website) and received your starter kit, you must still send us the information for your gathering. We do not have access to the entries submitted on the National Night Out website. 

Barricade Requests

Barricade requests must be submitted by scan and email to: or faxed to the number on the form prior to the registration deadline. 

Barricade Request Form