Coffee with a Cop Day in Wheat Ridge

Police officers started off their Wednesday morning just like how they would any other morning — with a steaming hot cup of coffee — only this time they did it with the people they serve.

Monte Vista joins in National Coffee with a Cop day

Communication was also a theme during the “Coffee with a Cop” discussion. There were points brought up by Chief Rosecrans addressing negativity seen on Facebook; particularly in regard to the police department.

Coffee with a cop

Members of the Cranston Police Department visited the Dunkin’ Donuts location on Sockanosett Cross Road as part of National Coffee with a Cop Day. Residents stopped in throughout the morning to discuss concerns in their neighborhoods and the overall crime rate in the city.

Coffee With A Cop

Q: Tell us about “Coffee and Cops.” What gave you the inspiration for the event and why was it important to you?

A: We did it last semester as an ice breaker so students, staff and faculty could get to know us a little better and we plan on doing it every semester from here on. Oct. 2 was National Coffee with Cops Day so we have been planning this since last semester.

Coffee with a cop

You may have noticed some extra workers behind the counter at the Dallas Starbucks last Wednesday. Polk County Sheriff’s deputies honed their barista skills while they participated in the national Coffee with a Cop day on Oct. 2.

LCPD has successful Coffee with a Cop event, more coming soon

“We had several people stop by, some to just say hello, others who we had some conversations with or talked to us about community events and things of that nature,” LCPD Sgt. Jeffery Winn said. “This is just the first of what we hope to turn into a regular thing.”

Coffee with a Cop brings officers and community members together

“To let people know our policemen are normal people, they’re serving our community, and I think our community needs to be familiar with those officers that are putting their lives on the line for us,” Ivey, owner of Cook Coggin Engineering, said.

Wishkah Street Starbucks packed for Coffee with a Cop

Entertainment was provided by Officer Jackie Mitchell, who played guitar and sang his original songs. Some competitions also were staged among the officers, Aberdeen Mayor Erik Larson and Starbucks management, including espresso shot-drinking and a latte-making.

“Coffee With A Cop” Is Bringing Communities Together

There’s a new coffee trend in town, but this time it’s not single origin coffee or fancy cappuccino designs. The new upcoming coffee trend is bringing new friends into our lives and is slowly becoming the change that we hope to see in the world.