National Police Day returns to Espoo, Lohja and Raasepori after a corona break
Following a break due to pandemic restrictions, it is now time to celebrate the National Police Day. On Saturday August 27th, Western Uusimaa Police Department organizes events around the region.
National Police Day is an event organized in various cities and municipalities around Finland. First organized in its current form in 2009, it is an occasion open for everyone and suitable for all ages.
- This is an opportunity for police officers to meet and talk with citizens. In addition, people will have the chance to get acquainted with police officers, as well as our work, tasks, and equipment, notes Chief Inspector Markus Ramstedt of Western Uusimaa Police Department.
In recent years, coronavirus pandemic has restricted the arrangements. This summer we are finally able to meet face-to-face again. At Western Uusimaa, National Police Day is celebrated in Espoo, Lohja, and Raasepori on August 27, 2022.
In Espoo, National Police Day is held at Vanttila city garden at 12-15. It will be a part of the Espoo Day celebrations, which are held at the same location. Police officers will be on site displaying police motorcycles and patrol cars.
Get to know the patrol boat at Lohja and early stage crime prevention work at Raasepori
At Lohja, National Police Day is celebrated at the police station yard at 11-13. The public will have the opportunity to get to know the Anchor team and get familiar with the new police patrol boat and police motorcycles.
At Raasepori, the event is held at Raatihuoneentori market square at Tammisaari at 10-12. The public is welcomed to meet the early stage crime prevention team and get to know the work of motorcycle police officers.
- We warmly welcome everyone to join National Police Day events, states Ramstedt.
You can follow posts related to the events on social media under the hashtags #PoliceDay, #PoliisinPäivä and #PolisensDag.