Get coffee with a cop at Caribou Coffee

The Bismarck Police Department is hosting “Coffee with a Cop.”

According to a news release, the get-together is happening on March 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Caribou Coffee, 601 South 3rd Street.

“Coffee with a Cop” is when community members and officers meet in an informal atmosphere to talk about community issues, build relationships, and enjoy a cup of coffee.

Springfield cafe hosts Coffee with a Cop

SPRINGFIELD, NJ — Coffee with a Cop is a national program with the mission of bringing together police officers and the citizens they serve.

Halo Roasters, a café on 228 Mountain Ave., Springfield, and the Springfield Police Department recently hosted Coffee with a Cop.

Coffee with a Cop

The Murray Police Department held its semi-regular meet-and-greet event Coffee with a Cop Friday morning. As always, the department said it used the event to build a rapport with the public and remind Murray residents they are here to serve them.

Campus Police host ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event

Students had lively debates and questions on topics such as larceny, crime rates, alcohol, self defense classes, and more. When the topic of how the campus police deal with a situation, Lieutenant Steve Deacon and Sergeant Jeremy Gootee expand that there are steps that they follow a certain order.

SaddleBrooke Patrols Host “Coffee with a Cop”

SaddleBrooke One and SaddleBrooke Two Patrols, working with the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, hosted the second “Coffee with a Cop” on Saturday, January 25th in the Agave Lounge of the SaddleBrooke One clubhouse. Lt. Eli Pile and Sgt. R. J. Harrison, as well as deputies who patrol the SaddleBrooke community, were on hand to update residents and answer questions.

Heroes meet with heroes

Coffee and conversation flowed Feb. 20 as Richard’s Coffee Shop was filled with not just the usual veterans that gather there each week, but on this day, Mooresville police officers as well for their Coffee with a Cop community outreach.