The Mountain View Police Department Labrador received a special “Pup-accino” from a local Starbucks during a department outreach event. Zeus lapped up the Pup-accino— a cup filled with whipped cream (no coffee involved!) —after he “politely” asked for it during the department’s final Coffee with a Cop event at Starbucks on San Antonio Road in Mountain View, police spokeswoman Katie Nelson said.
More than 100 people attended Fairfield LAC’s Coffee with a Cop event at Neeta City on Friday. Santa Claus even made a special visit at May’s Place Cafe as officers from Fairfield and Cabramatta met with the community.
More than a dozen officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) mingled with residents over pastries and hot joe on Tuesday, Dec. 12, as the department hosted Coffee with a Cop for two hours in the morning at West End Coffeehouse on North Broad Street near downtown.
Dozens of people came out for Coffee with a Cop’s holiday edition, Cocoa with a Cop, on Saturday. Officers with the Colorado Springs and Fountain police departments, along with Sheriff Bill Elder and El Paso County deputies, continued the community conversation.
In an effort to find new and innovative ways to reach out to the community, the Clarksville Police Department (CPD) recently visited a local barbershop to chat with citizens. The department has hosted several “Coffee with a Cop” meetings and decided to try another comfortable and nonthreatening environment to start conversations.
Coffee combined with conversation has long been a way for people to become better acquainted with each other. The Kankakee police turned to this method again on Saturday when a Coffee with a Cop event was held at McDonald’s on Fifth Avenue.
Local organizations came together to share some important fraud prevention tips for you as you finish up your holiday shopping. AARP teamed up with Chattanooga Police’s “Coffee with a Cop” event because, at this time of the year, everyone is a target.
The monthly Coffee with a Cop program in Colorado Springs took on a holiday theme this weekend. The police officers and sheriff’s deputies hosted “Cocoa with a Cop” at the Kneaders Bakery in the First and Main Town Center along Powers and Carefree.
The Sioux Falls Police Department held its last ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event of the year Saturday at the Caribou Coffee inside the Empire Mall.
The ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event held in the Grand Hotel offered the perfect opportunity for Wicklow’s five new recruits to introduce themselves to members of the community.