UNCW ‘Coffee With a Cop’ bridges communication with students

UNCW Police officers offered themselves up to students for a peak behind the badge during “Coffee with a Cop.” It’s a way to make officers feel more approachable to students and let those students have more of an appreciation for what they do.

Edmond P.D. building relationships to identify solutions to problems

“Community Policing,” starts Edmond Police Chief J.D. Younger, “is more than a specific organizational model. It’s more than a tactic. But as a philosophy it is quite simply the acknowledgment that police and the communities they serve are partners in the task of providing a safe environment. They work together to identify permanent solutions for the social harms that a community encounters.”

Allentown police host ‘Coffee with a Cop’

69News partnered with the Allentown Police Department for some community building Monday. Allentown residents stopped by Tim Hortons at the PPL Center between 8 and 9 a.m. for “Coffee With a Cop” during 69News at Sunrise.

“Out and about” in Sunnybank

“Coffee with a Cop” together with “Road Safety Awareness Week” provided the perfect combination for members of the Queensland Police Service to promote, encourage, engage and enjoy conversation with local members of the Sunnybank Community.  A fantastic community response resulted in the distribution of road safety messages and  resources.

ABQ grabs a cup of Coffee with a Cop

The Albuquerque Police Department is working to bridge the gap between its officers and the deaf/hard of hearing community. To that end, morning APD held its very first Coffee with a Cop event tailored towards meeting people with hearing or visual impairments on Saturday morning.