Flint residents took to the streets with police to help stop crime by reminding people to 'Light Up The City'.

The purpose of the march was to remind people to keep their porch lights on to show criminals that their neighborhoods won't stand for crime.

The march also coincided with Flint's annual 'Juneteenth' celebration at Riverbank Park.

With cuts pending in Flint's Police, and Fire departments, do you think that some ownership to keep the neighborhoods safe falls back on the people who live in them?

Personally, I think this is a great move away from the 'stop snitchin' movement that has dominated the culture lately.

 ABC 12 – WJRT – Flint, MI