Warrnambool’s first coffee with a cop event draws a crowd

“We have been running this program very successfully at the Mount Gambier Marketplace since March of this year. We plan to host the event at the Warrnambool centre bi-monthly on the first Tuesday of the month. “The Warrnambool Shopping Centre is pleased to be able to participate in events that foster community engagement.”

Coffee with a Cop a success

The event was launched to bring citizens in contact with local police on a social level to discuss concerns and ways of working together to make South Africa safer.

Community comes out in force to honor police

“This will not be a one-and-done event,” Knight said. “We plan on sustaining the effort and building on it. Our ultimate goal is to continue the dialogue with our citizens and continue to learn their expectations for us and help them understand our jobs better. I believe it will only strengthen our relationship with the community.”

‘Coffee with a Cop’ event draws a crowd

Gary Manning, a Camas police officer who was in charge of taking customers’ orders alongside barista Brianne Scholz, agreed the cafe job was tougher than it seemed. As of 9:30 a.m. Friday morning, however, Manning hadn’t had any major slip-ups behind the register. He even asked for proper spellings on names to write on the sides of the cups

A great time had at Coffee with a Cop on Straddie

Yesterday Bayside District Crime Prevention Coordinators (DCPC) in partnership with Dunwich Police hosted a Coffee with a Cop (CWAC) on Straddie. With the theme being youth engagement, a lot of information was on hand with Bayside Volunteers in Policing (ViPs) providing and engaging as were Police Liaison Officers (PLOs).

A great evening had at Coffee with a Cop, Calypso Bay

Last week, Coffee with a Cop was held at Calypso Bay with residents of Jacobs Well and Steiglitz at Harrigans Drift Inn. Gold Coast Water Police Officers, Senior Constable Sasha Thomson and Senior Constable David Wood attended the event and spoke about their role, answering residents queries about incidents and matters pertaining to their surrounding waterways, their private jetties and tidal legislation.

UKPD puts ‘best foot forward’ with annual Coffee with a Cop event

“We’re here to serve the university community, so we want to make sure that people can put a face with our name and our department so they can have that personal relationship,” Police Operations Captain Evan Ramsay said. “We… foster those relationships [so] that people feel comfortable coming and talking to us… if anything should ever happen to them and they need our services.”

Chermside locals shared Coffee With a Cop

On Thursday, November 14, officers from Boondall Police Station attended the final Coffee with a Cop at Café 214, which was hosted by Westfield Chermside. While a number of people attended the event especially to speak with their local police, many shoppers took the opportunity to stop by and shared a coffee with the local boys and girls in blue.