The Copperas Cove Police Department’s third Coffee With A Cop event was the biggest yet so far, if judging by the full house at Whataburger from 7:00 until 9 a.m. on Saturday morning.
News 4 had “Coffee with a Cop” this morning at MiMi’s Central Perk Cafe in Lancaster, getting to know the officers better and learning important safety tips for the public.
Woodstock police officers took a working coffee break to chat with residents and build community relationships during the first Coffee with a Cop session at McDonald’s on Thursday.
On Friday, June 22, Coffee with a Cop was held at Wynnum Plaza’s, Cafe de France. As per usual Volunteers in Police (ViPs) and Crime Stoppers were on hand to provide information and advice to community members. The Bayside District Crime Prevention officers assisted, providing the much needed sugar rush.
Police handed out stickers, fist bumps, coffee and doughnuts at the Bloomington Farmers Market on Saturday morning — along with the message that they are here to help.
Citizens of Findlay and Hancock County had the opportunity to get to know a few of their law enforcement officers Saturday morning.
There was a good turnout for the Precinct 2 Coffee with a Cop, as Officers Penirelli and Conwell of the Cobb County Police Department‘s Community Affairs Unit answered questions and listened to the concerns of residents. Among the topics were speeding, neighborhood parking, and code enforcement. The gathering was at the Dunkin Donuts on Veterans Memorial Highway, across from the intersection with Buckner Road.
Siebert hasn’t had many of these “Coffee with a cop” mornings to meet and chat with Quincy residents, but he hopes to. It’s an approach that reflects Siebert’s time as a Grant County sheriff’s deputy working in and around Desert AirE.
Police officers are used to serving their community — but not in the way they did today in the Poconos. Eyewitness News Reporter Brianna Strunk explains.
Customers at a Stroudsburg McDonald’s were in for a surprise when they saw who was behind the counter. Officers from Stroud Area Regional Police Department participated in “Coffee with a Cop” Tuesday.