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.
An event Tuesday in Middleton brought police officers and the community together to discuss important issues over coffee.
Community members in Richmond gathered to get to know their local police and share conversation and concerns during “Coffee with a Cop” Saturday.
Law enforcement officers in central Kentucky got the chance Saturday morning to hear concerns from the people they protect. Officers with the Richmond Police Dept. held “Coffee With a Cop” at the Chick-Fil-A at Richmond Centre.
Citizens in the Town of Herndon had a chance to join their neighbors and local police officers at “Coffee with a Cop,” held Sunday, May 7, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at Guapo’s Restaurant, 1042 Elden St. With no agenda or speeches, citizens had the chance to ask questions, voice their concerns and simply share a cup of joe with some of Herndon’s men and women in blue and get to know them better.
The smell of fresh coffee blended with the memories of our fallen officers burned in our minds today, as family and friends gathered to honor Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate by sharing a cup of coffee with a cop.
Members of the Hattiesburg Police Department and other Hub City first responders gathered at Java Werks for the annual Coffee with a Cop meeting Tuesday morning. This month, week and day are a little different from the meetings in the past, and it included a prayer service for fallen Hattiesburg officers Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate.