Saturday morning, residents had a chance to sit down and have coffee with a cop at the Chattanooga Police Department. It’s all part of their coffee with a cop event. A-A-R-P hosted the meet and greet.
More than 60 curious area residents dropped by to have coffee and doughnuts with eight officers from the Mobile Police Department at Coffee With a Cop on Thursday, May 18.
A small group of Aiken Department of Public Safety officers spent some time sipping coffee and speaking openly with members of the community Thursday morning at Krispy Kreme on Whiskey Road.
Coffee with a Cop is all about giving officers and the public a chance to chat and become more personable with each other. Thursday’s event started at 9am inside Krispy Kreme off of Whiskey Road in Aiken.
Officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) sat down with members of the East Winston community earlier this week when they hosted their second “Coffee with a Cop” event at the McDonald’s on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
On Saturday, the Coffee With A Cop program continued in Elkin with Breakfast With A Cop thanks to McDonald’s and Capt. Kim Robison of the Elkin Police Department.
Members of the Staunton Police Department came out to Kline’s Dairy Bar in Staunton to get some ice cream, and interact with the community, on Tuesday.
The train of police cars in a McDonald’s parking lot Tuesday wasn’t an indication of something wrong, but instead an indication of a promising future.
The 3rd Annual Coffee With A Cop event took place at Pybus Public Market on May 16, giving Wenatchee police, Chelan County Sheriff’s Office and Washington State Patrol a fun way to interact with the community in which they serve.
It’s National Police Week and many celebrate over a cup of coffee with a Law Enforcement Officer at the Artful Cup on Tuesday, May 15.