Multiple 'Coffee with a Cop' Sessions Coming Up Oct. 3
Two sessions of the Fort Morgan Police Department’s “Coffee with a Cop” program are set for Wednesday, Oct. 3, in observance of National Coffee with a Cop Day.
Both sessions will run from 9 to 10 a.m., one at McDonald’s featuring Chief of Public Safety Paul Schultz and Sgt. Steve Brown, and the other at Arby’s with Officer Josh Robbins and new police intern Tekiah Dabbs.
FMPD Commander Loren Sharp will also be participating in a Coffee with a Cop session in Brush the same day along with officers from Brush, the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office and the Colorado State Patrol. That session will run from 8 to 10 a.m. at McDonald’s in Brush.
The informal Coffee with a Cop meetings offer a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions, make comments and offer suggestions, and also learn more about the police department’s work in Fort Morgan’s neighborhoods
One of the keys to Coffee with a Cop is that it removes the barriers that routinely exist between police officers and community members, allowing for the kind of relaxed, one-on-one interactions that are the necessary foundation of partnerships. Informal contact in a friendly atmosphere increases trust between police officers and the members of the community, which is critical to public safety and problem solving.
There is no agenda for the Coffee with a Cop sessions, just an opportunity for citizens to visit with law enforcement officers, ask questions and voice opinions.
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See the flyer below for information on the event. Scroll down for the Vendor Information.