Police Chief Joseph Lumpkin and his command staff should be saluted for organizing public events like the Coffee with a Cop program, which gets police officers out of their patrol cars and allows them to meet and interact with citizens on an informal face-to-face basis.
Instead of sirens, there were snacks. Residents got a chance to interact with Savannah-Chatham police officers in an informal setting on Monday morning at Savannah Coffee Roasters, part of the Downtown Neighborhood Association’s latest Coffee with a Cop event.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association and Metro Police teamed up for a Coffee with a Cop event, Monday morning. It was held at the Savannah Coffee Roasters on West Liberty Street. The event brings police officers and citizens together to discuss issues and learn more about each other – something some officers say is invaluable.
“Westfield’s public safety officials are some of the most dedicated people I have the honor of working alongside,” Mayor Andy Cook stated. “Coffee with a Cop, the Westfield Citizen’s Academy and the overall emphasis of community involvement by our officers creates the kind of place families want to call home.”
The kids who showed up at the Pop Up Community Center at lunchtime Tuesday were full of questions for the four Fort Morgan Police Department members who were there for the most recent Coffee with a Cop session.
Fraud, drug enforcement and lack of good-paying jobs in Monroe were hot topics among patrons at Tim Hortons Wednesday morning.
Evansville Police Department (EPD) held a “Coffee With a Cop” session on Tuesday at the Donut Bank on Diamond Avenue. It coincided with the business’ 50th anniversary on Tuesday. For EPD, these monthly meetings are a chance for officers to talk one-on-one with the community they serve.
Kids and adults got a chance to beat the heat with a refreshing cup of Kool-Aid. It’s part of the “Kool-Aid with a Cop” program.
Bozeman police officers recently took time out from their official law enforcement duties to socialize a bit. As they have done in recent years, they made themselves available for a couple of hours at Highgate Senior Living for a cup of coffee and anything folks wanted to chat about.
By Clarksville Now Original article HERE Chick-Fil-A on Madison Street hosted the Clarksville Police Department’s third Coffee with a Cop event Saturday. Public Information Officer Jim Knoll said there was a lot of interaction between the officers and the guests that joined the officers. “There were some future police officers who may join us in …