“Every time we get out on the road for Coffee with a Cop, truck drivers tell us how beneficial the event is and how important it is for police officers and road users to understand each other.
KINGAROY residents enjoyed a good old fashioned chin-wag with the local constabulary as part of the Coffee with a Cop event this morning, December 12.
Despite a sometimes fractious relationship, industry and enforcement coalesced again today as part of the Australian Trucking Association’s (ATA’s) Coffee with a Cop initiative.
On Sunday December 9, police from Calamvale Station, Centenary Crime Prevention Unit and Volunteers in Policing (VIPs) joined the local Councillor Angela Owen to come together as a community in an informal setting to discuss local crime issues.
On Saturday December 8, police from the Centenary Crime Prevention Unit, Mount Ommaney Police Station, North Centenary Police Beat and Mount Ommaney Road Policing Unit were joined by Volunteers in Policing (VIPs) for Coffee with a Cop at Mount Ommaney Shopping Centre.
You have to be brave to be a police officer. It is a trait most people don’t have, but is easily recognizable when they do. So it was no surprise what happened at a Coffee with a Cop event when 7-year-old Sebastian walked into the McDonalds.
A 7-year-old boy fighting cancer stopped by a southwest-side McDonald’s on Thursday in search of some French fries. He left an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has a new officer — 7-year-old Sebastian. He was noticed by IMPD Captain Ted Koppel and other officers with the Southwest District at a Coffee with a Cop event. Koppel immediately swore in Sebastian as an IMPD officer.
Talking politics, a little crime, and football, area residents gathered to drink coffee and eat doughnuts on Monday morning for Coffee with a Cop.
Organized by Deputy Joe Hochanadel, the event gave locals the chance to meet with Marshal Joe McIntyre and his staff during a non-stressful meeting at the Pine River Senior Center.
Sisters Lillian, left, and Lainie Allen drink hot chocolate and represent the Cat Pack, youth fund-raisers for the McCook Humane Society and animal shelter, during the “Coffee with a Cop” community open forum session Tuesday at Sehnert’s Bakery in downtown McCook.