‘Coffee with a Uniform’ community engagement event hits Chinook Centre this week

'Coffee with a Uniform' community engagement event hits Chinook Centre this week

Chinook Centre in Calgary is set to host a unique community engagement event this week, called “Coffee with a Uniform.” The event aims to bring together members of the community and local law enforcement in a casual setting over a cup of coffee.

Organized by the Calgary Police Service (CPS), the event will take place on Thursday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Starbucks located inside Chinook Centre. This is the first time CPS is hosting such an event at the popular shopping mall.

According to CPS, the event is part of their ongoing efforts to build positive relationships with the community and foster open communication. It also serves as an opportunity for community members to get to know the officers who serve their neighborhoods.

“We are excited to bring this event to Chinook Centre and engage with the community in a relaxed and informal setting,” said Constable John Smith, who is helping to organize the event. “We want to break down any barriers and build trust between the community and law enforcement.”

The event is open to everyone and attendees are encouraged to come with any questions or concerns they may have. CPS officers will be on hand to chat and answer any questions, as well as provide information on crime prevention and safety tips.

In addition to coffee, attendees will also have the chance to win prizes and take photos with CPS vehicles and equipment. The event is free and no registration is required.

Chinook Centre is known for its diverse community and this event is a great opportunity for people from all walks of life to come together and connect with their local law enforcement. CPS hopes that this event will be the first of many and that it will help to strengthen the relationship between the community and the police.

So mark your calendars for Thursday, April 22 and join CPS for “Coffee with a Uniform” at Chinook Centre. It’s a chance to grab a cup of coffee, meet some friendly officers, and learn more about the important work they do to keep our community safe.

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