Coffee With a Cop Returns After 2 Years
Join the Kauaʿi Police Department for its first Coffee with a Cop after two years from 9 to 10 a.m. on April 19 at Island Craves Kauaʿi in Kapaʿa.
The event is an opportunity to meet and greet your community police officers and talk story in a casual setting over a cup of coffee.
“It’s been a long time since we had a chance to host one of these events and we are excited to bring this opportunity back to the community,” said Chief of Police Todd G. Raybuck, who will be attending the event. “We really encourage people to join us and chat about your concerns and any other topics you’d like to discuss regarding your eastside community, with hopes of making it an even safer place to live. We are here for you, and we want people to feel comfortable talking to us, which is why we host these in such a relaxing setting. Now that we are able to hold events like this again, we expect more to happen around the island in the coming months so please stay tuned to find out when we’ll be in your neighborhood.”
Coffee with a Cop is entirely agenda-free and the public is welcome to discuss topics, such as crime prevention, with officers one-on-one. It allows the community to meet in a relaxed atmosphere, and develop trust, as well as nurture a meaningful bond with police officers.
The next scheduled Coffee with a Cop will be from 9 to 10 a.m. on May 3 at Kauaʿi Coffee Company.
To learn more about Coffee with a Cop visit www.coffeewithacop.com.