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Holiday safety tips
Check out these safety tips from the Wilmington Fire Department and the Wilmington Police Department. [Read more...]
Fall safety tips
Be sure your family has a safe and happy Halloween by following these safety tips. [Read more...]
WPD: Community relations & crisis response
Watch WPD Chief Ralph Evangelous give a presentation to city council on department policies, procedures and protocol. [Read more...]
WPD welcomes new officers

The City of Wilmington welcomes 12 new graduates to the Wilmington Police Department at 3 p.m. on July 11 at City Hall!

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FREE midnight basketball program at MLK

The city's FREE Midnight Basketball Program will kick off starting Friday, June 20 at 8 p.m. The program will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight each Friday through August 22 at the MLK, Jr. Community Center for youths age 12‐18.

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WPD to apply for $1.2 million grant

On June 17, Police Chief Ralph Evangelous presented a plan to the Wilmington City Council to expand the successful community policing program. During the meeting, Council authorized the city to apply for a $1.2 million community policing grant.

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FREE tennis clinic
The Wilmington Police Department and Wilmington Parks & Recreation, in partnership with the Greater Wilmington Tennis Association, are hosting a FREE "Badges & Rackets" tennis clinic for children ages 6-14. Registration is required. [Read more...]
Youth violence wrap-up
On Tuesday, April 29 at 5:30 p.m., the City of Wilmington will hold a wrap-up meeting for citizens to give input on the city’s report, "Reducing Youth Gun Violence in Wilmington” and discuss next steps. [Read more...]
WPD is hosting FREE basketball and fun nights for youth on Saturday and Sunday nights, starting April 19. The fun nights will have basketball, open gy... [Read more...]
The Long Leaf Hills neighborhood is currently taking part in the City of Wilmington’s new neighborhood traffic management program. The city started the program this summer to help address speeding in residential neighborhoods. View the report for Long Leaf Hills.  [Read more...]
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