A chat with a cop over coffee last weekend resulted in a tip that got a 21-year-old woman wanted in Maryland arrested, according to Ellendale Police.
The Ellendale Police Department says one of their “Coffee with a Cop” events revealed a tip that led to an arrest of a Maryland fugitive.
By Molly Hurley and Joe Skurzewski, KFYR Original article HERE Some of Minot’s finest sat down for a cup of ‘jo with area residents Thursday for “Coffee with a Cop.” It’s a program that takes place in hundreds of communities across the country. These get-togethers give police a chance to bridge the gap with members …
By Elizabeth Enriquez-Phillips, Atascadero News Original article HERE Atascaderans had a chance Friday, May 25 to interact with their local law enforcement officers during the third Coffee with a Cop event at Malibu Brew coffee. “Paul, the owner, is generous, donating the coffee and letting us set up here,” said Corp. John Taylor. Coffee with …
A new tradition is getting underway in Clarkstown today as the police department held its first-ever “Coffee with a Cop.”
Officers from the Sea Isle City police department sat down to meet with members of the community Wednesday morning.
Dothan Police Lt. Mac Eggleston believes many may have the wrong idea about Coffee with a Cop. “This event is not a gripe session,” Eggleston said. “This event is a way for the community to bring up concerns and issues, but most importantly is a way for officers and the community to sit down, shoot the breeze, relax, and have a cup of coffee.”
Law enforcement in Valdosta is continuing to make efforts for better communication between themselves and the community. Another Coffee with a Cop event was held on Thursday for community members to express any concerns they have towards police behavior or unsettling activity in their neighborhoods.
“If they see their officers face-to-face, they’re more likely to want to work with us,” he said. The Valdosta crime rate has decreased by 15 percent, Childress said, adding he believes community policing assists the department with reducing the amount of crimes.
Citizens turned out early Tuesday, May 15 at Rangel Brothers Restaurant in Ballinger for “Coffee with a Cop” to commemorate National Peace Officers Memorial Day and National Police Week, citizens had a chance to thank the officers of the Ballinger Police Department.