Mt. Juliet, Tenn. – Mt. Juliet Police will be having Coffee With a Cop with students and parents tomorrow at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, located at 735 N. Mt. Juliet Road. The public is also invited and encouraged to attend. Police Chief James Hambrick, his leadership team, and officers will at the school and ready to enjoy simple conversation anytime between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. on Friday, January 16. Coffee With a Cop is an opportunity for the public to meet with officers in a relaxed environment and talk about anything — from crime issues to neighborhood programs, public safety management to how to join the force. The public brings the questions, chat with an officer, and they get a free cup of coffee and breakfast pastries.
“The simplicity is appealing: We show up, community members show up, and then we talk over coffee. It is a great way to build relationships with people in the community and hear about the concerns residents may have,” said Chief James Hambrick.
The Coffee With A Cop program is a non-traditional way to generate conversation between the police department and community it serves. This event allows the public to interact with police officers, including the Chief of Police, in an informal setting to ask questions or address concerns with local law enforcement. Everyone is encouraged to stop by the Coffee With A Cop event to say hello and enjoy free coffee and pastries provided by Mt. Juliet Christian Academy.