The large doors of a conference room located inside the Signal Hill Police Department (SHPD) had just swung open when the first resident walked in. SHPD Cpt. Brian Leyn and Lt. Ron Sagmit welcomed in the man and invited him to a cup of coffee and a donut.
Residents of Coorparoo were treated to a coffee on Saturday morning by their local Police.
Holland Park Police shouted coffee this morning and a great day was had by all.
We love going to our Bay Islands and Saturday’s Coffee with a Cop at The Organic Market on Macleay Island was a great excuse to do just that!
In the nearly 30 years of my career as a police officer with the Queensland Police Service, I have at times participated in some challenging and demanding activities. But on the first Tuesday of every month, between 10am and 11am, I participate in one of my favourite activities of my career – interacting with the public over a coffee at Stella Rossa Cafe at Mount Pleasant Shopping centre.
Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine took the opportunity of the regularly scheduled Coffee with a Cop event to introduce his two new officers – School Resource Officer Cory Hubert and patrol officer Jonathan Barnes.
Superheroes by day and cops by night, costumed Nassau County police officers visited two elementary schools Wednesday to give kids Halloween-centric safety tips as part of the department’s latest community outreach effort. Nassau’s inaugural “Coffee and Treats with Cops” is a spinoff of the national “Coffee with a Cop Day,” held earlier this month.
Quincy police officers celebrated their third annual 2018 Coffee with a Cop Day at a Dunkin’ Donuts in the heart of the city, across from City Hall in the President’s Place area of town. The first Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant was opened in Quincy in 1950.
Sequim community members were keen to drink a cup of Joe with Sequim Police officers at the first Coffee with a Cop.
The Glynn County Police Department hosted a Coffee with Cop event at the St. Simons Island Starbucks on Oct. 3, National Coffee with Cop Day. The community had a chance to sit down talk with the bicycle police in an informal setting and discuss issues issues of concern. Glynn County Chief of Police John Powell said “the event was a great success”.