Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Lawler (left) and Lake Hemet policeman Vince Leone welcome the public to the emergency rescue display.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Among the various Riverside County Sheriff’s Department members at the Tuesday event was “Ben” with the department search and rescue mission, Officer Todd Celestrin. accompanied Ben.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Explorer Post 378 from the Sheriff’s Department attended and offered information.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Capt. Lenard Purvis of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Hemet Station talked with Sally Warwik and Thom Wallace, Idyllwild Rotary, about the turnout and various displays at “National Night Out” held at the Idyllwild Community Center, Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Photo by Tom Kluzak
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has its own bomb disposal unit. It was on display Tuesday in Idyllwild.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Natalie was another member of the search and rescue dog unit that joined Ben at the National Night Out in Idyllwild.
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The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department was not the only public safety organization sending members to Idyllwild Tuesday. Here (from left) are Vince Leone, Lake Hemet policeman, Dorian Sabemario, Cal Fire engineer, and Idyllwild Fire Chief Patrick Reitz.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Idyllwild’s Mountain Community Patrol was active organizing and participating in the Sheriff’s Department event, “National Night Out”, Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Officer Darren Meyer represented the California Highway Patrol at National Night Out.
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Among the numerous attendees, at the Sheriff’s Department event were Town Crier staff and owners, from left, noted photographer, Dr. Thomas Kluzak, Becky and Jack Clark, owners and publishers of the newspaper.
Photo by JP Crumrine

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