The Laurens Police Department is thrilled to announce a special edition of its monthly Coffee with a Cop event, in celebration of NATIONAL COFFEE WITH A COP DAY. On Wednesday, October 4th, the community is invited to join the event at Courthouse Coffee in downtown Laurens.
From 8:00 to 9:00 am, members of the community will have the chance to connect with Chief Keith Grounsell, members of the command staff, officers, and the civilian team. This event provides an excellent opportunity to engage in conversation, ask questions, and strengthen community bonds.
“We’re eagerly anticipating this special Coffee with a Cop event, especially on National Coffee with a Cop Day. It’s an excellent opportunity for our community to come together, engage in conversation, and fortify the relationship with our police force. Open dialogue is key to uniting and ensuring the safety of Laurens.” – Chief Keith Grounsell, Laurens Police Department
Coffee with a Cop is a recurring event where the police department aims to foster a friendly and approachable atmosphere, encouraging open dialogue between law enforcement and the community. By engaging in casual conversations over a cup of coffee, residents can voice their concerns, share ideas, or simply get to know the officers serving their community.
The event at Courthouse Coffee on October 4th is part of the nationwide initiative, National Coffee with a Cop Day, which emphasizes building positive relationships between the police force and the local community.