New Yorkers, police come together for National Coffee with a Cop Day

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Wednesday is National Coffee with a Cop Day. The October 5 holiday is celebrated nationally by law enforcement officials. It's an opportunity for police to bridge the gap between people and law enforcement. Raleigh Police Department will be attending more than five Fifth Third locations across the city and a few McDonalds.
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Raleigh Police Department, other agencies meet with community on national 'Coffee with a Cop' day

Wednesday was National Coffee with a Cop Day. It was a chance for officers in Raleigh to meet with the people they serve.

2 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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New Yorkers, police come together for National Coffee with a Cop Day

YONKERS, N.Y. (PIX11) — Members of the community in Yonkers are sharing cups of joe with their local police officers Wednesday for National Coffee with a Cop Day.Dean Politopoulos, public information officer at the City of Yonkers Police Department, joined PIX11 Morning News to talk about the occasion and building connections with the community.Watch the video player above for the full interview.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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PHOTOS: Police departments across Virginia participate in National Coffee with a Cop Day

The fifth annual National Coffee with a Cop Day was Wednesday, Oct. 5, and police department all over Virginia gathered at local coffee shops and cafes with members of their communities.

2 months ago·Richmond, United States
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Raleigh officers bond with community members on National Coffee with a Cop Day

The day is an opportunity for police to bridge the gap between people and law enforcement.

2 months ago
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DPD celebrates National Coffee with a Cop Day

DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — National Coffee with a Cop Day and Dothan Police made sure to celebrate on the east side of Dothan on Wednesday.Between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m., police welcomed members of the community and shared a cup of coffee with them.The event happened at Dakota Coffee Works on East Main Street. Coffee Co. couple sentenced on federal gun charges The first cup of coffee purchased was covered by Dothan Police, who wanted residents to get …

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