A Newburgh man is in jail on cash bond after police say he tried to lure children into his van near the fall festival. Police arrested 44 year old David Market at the festival last night for public nudity, public intoxication and impersonating police. He allegedly invited kids inside his van saying he needed help naming his puppy. It happened outside the Pet Food Center. Police also say market showed the kids a piece of paper and claiming he was a police officer. Police found market peeing behind a dumpster when they picked arrested him. Market is in jail and required to stay away from the fall festival. But he is one of many faces police working the Franklin Street are keeping an eye out for. When you think of the Fall Festival you think of food, rides and games. But theres a group of people who are concentrating on safety. Its their job to control the massive crowds and make sure they have fun without incident. Among the food, and the games, and the thousands attending the fall festival are a handful of men and women keeping everyone safe. Around 5 each day off duty officers with the Evansville Police Department get their assignments for the night. "Well put some in the park some down here some on motorcycles and bicycles," says Sargent Dave Molinet. The 20 some officers are in charge of policing the more than 30 thousand people who enjoy the festival. One of their main concerns are the children. You dont just have to rely on law enforcement to keep an eye on your kid you can do something yourself like getting a wristband from the sheriffs department. Deputies write a cell phone number on the back so police can quickly find the kids parents. It helped for five year old Kody whose wristband fell off, but he knew who to go to when he lost his mom. Luckily they were reunited after only a few moments. You can be sure police are keeping an eye out for the yellow bracelets because with so many people in such a small area. The police wants families to worry about fun and food - not a lost child. Police say between 5 and 8:30 is the most active time at the Fall Festival. Overall this year has been very smooth. Just a few minor incidents. Police credit that to the people of the west side.