There was plenty of coffee to go around as Pass Christian police hosted “Coffee with a Cop” with residents in the community. The Wednesday morning meeting at Selah Yoga was a little different thanks to two groups, who gave a special donation to the officers. All 50 of the donations will help little ones in traumatic events.
The Crestview Police Department extended a big “thank you” to Costa Enterprises, and supervisor Dan Schuster and his crew at the South Ferdon Boulevard McDonald’s. The fast-food restaurant hosted the Aug. 8 Coffee With a Cop.
Twelve members of the Longmont Police Department gathered at Ziggi’s Coffee, located at 1139 Francis St., on Sunday, August 12 to chat with Longmont residents during Longmont’s first Coffee with A Cop event.
Charlie Hartz, franchise owner of Dunkin’ Donuts in Aiken, welcomed police officers and members of the community Thursday morning to share doughnuts and conversation.
“One of the things that makes the Y great is we have a very diverse population,” Whitehead said. “And it is great for police officers to interact with people in the community.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
Homelessness, mental health and addictions issues and traffic concerns were what most people wanted to talk about over morning coffee with Penticton RCMP.