Second annual Cops & Goblins event held in South Bend
By: Kelvin Henry
Posted: Oct 29, 2019 12:19 AM EDT
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SOUTH BEND, Ind – The South Bend Cubs and the South Bend Police Department joined forces for their second annual “Cops & Goblins” event.
The event was held at Four Winds Field in which organizers expected over 6,000 people to attend.
The event is seen as a way to enhance community policing by the public interacting with officers from the department.
“It’s showing the police department is here and we are a part of the community,” South Bend Police Department Media Liaison Ken Garcia said.