Breckenridge police host second “Coffee with a Cop” at Cabin Coffee
June 24, 2015
Grab a cup of joe with a cop this afternoon. Breckenridge police are hosting their second "Coffee with a Cop" meeting on Thursday, June 25 from 10 a.m. to noon at Cabin Coffee. Residents are invited to stop by and chat with officers, as well as share any safety concerns they may have, such as speeding in the neighborhood.
"It's giving the community an opportunity to just come chat with us about anything," assistant chief Dennis McLaughlin said. "We just want to make ourselves available to have some friendly conversation."
McLaughlin, detective Caitlin Kontak, Sgt. Esteban Ortega and officer Robert Pelfrey will be at Thursday's event. Chief Shannon Haynes may make an appearance as well. McLaughlin said the last event was a success, with a mixture of questions and conversation.
"Some of them just wanted to come down and meet a couple of us and just make a contact," McLaughlin said. "We had some great conversations."
“We just want to make ourselves available to have some friendly conversation.”Dennis McLaughlinAssistant chief, Breckenridge Police Department
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The first meeting, in March, was held at Yellow Arrow Coffee. Thursday's meeting will be at Cabin Coffee, located at 222 S. Main St. in Breckenridge.
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