Marysville holds first ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Marysville community members had the opportunity sit down and talk with local law enforcement officers one-on-one at the police department’s new Coffee with a Cop program on July 30.

Making the most of a cliche, Quincy Police meet residents for coffee

Turning a shopworn stereotype to his advantage, Police Chief Paul Keenan held an informal office hour on Tuesday morning at the original Dunkin’ Donuts on Southern Artery. Quincy police officers, some of whom had just come off of an overnight shift, greeted customers as they entered the shop. They didn’t have an agenda as they made small talk in a casual atmosphere in the first in a planned series of Coffee with a Cop events.

Coffee with a Cop, Mackay

When a local shopping centre suggested we call in to have a coffee we really didn’t know what to expect. We can report the coffee was awesome and the friendships made were great.

Montclair Police Hold “Coffee with a Cop: Senior Edition”

On July 16th, members of the Montclair Police Department Community Service Unit, Chief Todd Conforti, Deputy Chief Tracy Frazzano and members of patrol held “Coffee with a Cop Senior Edition” at the Pine Ridge Senior Building located at 67 Glenridge Avenue.

Coffee With a Cop brings in community

Even with a ceaseless downpour of rain, the Virginia Cook Activity Center was full of high spirits, productive conversation and hot coffee on Thursday morning.

HPD chief addresses community concerns during ‘Coffee With a Cop’

Community members had the opportunity to address questions and concerns directly with the head of the Huntington Police Department on Tuesday morning during “Coffee with a Cop” at Cicada Books & Coffee in the West End. As the recently sworn-in police chief of the Huntington Police Department, this was the first time Hank Dial had led “Coffee with a Cop” as chief, but not his first time speaking with the community in this type of forum.

Warner Robins Police Bonds with Local Community Members

Assistant Police Chief John Wagner says, “Obviously we can’t be everywhere at any given time so the public is our eyes as well so it gives them the chance to speak to us one on one again in a friendly setting where we sit and drink coffee and get a chance to get to know each other and put a name with a face.”