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SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Police Department will celebrate two years of “Coffee with a Cop” when officers serve up free coffee Tuesday morning at Toasters.
“For two years we’ve been meeting people over coffee, identifying issues, working to help people solve all kinds of problems in their neighborhoods,” said Chief Chris Burbank, adding, “it’s even more important today than it was when we started, given the national conversation about law enforcement and police brutality. So we hope the community will recognize the value of ‘Coffee with a Cop’ and continue to join us to have one-on-one conversations that break down barriers and create greater understanding—one cup of coffee at a time.”
Located at 30 E. 300 S., Toasters will host “Coffee with a Cop” from 8-10 a.m. Tuesday, December 16, 2014. Community Intelligence Officers will be on hand to discuss crime trends with patrons, as well as answer questions or address concerns they may have about law enforcement in general.
The police department has held nearly 30 “Coffee with a Cop” events since January 2013. SLCPD thanks past hosts and venues for their commitment to the community building program:
|WHAT:||Coffee with a Cop|
|WHEN:||8–10 a.m. Tuesday, December 16, 2013|
|30 E. 300 S.|
|Salt Lake City, Utah 84111|
Public Relations Unit