Coffee with a Cop Stops by Dunkin’ Donuts in Roxbury 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by Dunkin’ Donuts in Roxbury: Thanks to everyone who stopped by Coffee with a Cop on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, located at 2493 Washington Street in Roxbury. Captain Facey and several officers from District B-2, joined recruits from Class 58-18 to share a cup of coffee and conversation with community members about public safety issues and concerns in a relaxed, informal setting. Those who attended welcomed the opportunity to meet and greet the officers patrolling their neighborhood. If you are interested in learning more about attending or starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by La Sultana Bakery in East Boston! 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by La Sultana Bakery in East Boston: Thanks to everyone who stopped by Coffee with a Cop early this morning at La Sultana Bakery located at 40 Maverick Square in East Boston. Captain McCormick and officers assigned to District A-7 (East Boston) shared a cup of coffee, donated by the owner of La Sultana, and conversation with community members about public safety issues and concerns in a relaxed, informal setting. Those who attended welcomed the opportunity to meet and greet the officers patrolling their neighborhood. If you are interested in learning more about attending or starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

 

 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by the Monsignor Powers Apartments in South Boston 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by the Monsignor Powers Apartments in South Boston: Thanks to everyone who stopped by Coffee with a Cop early this morning at the Monsignor Powers Apartments located at 120 L Street in South Boston. Officers from District C-6 (South Boston) and members of the Bureau of Community Engagement shared a cup of coffee and conversation with community members about public safety issues and concerns in a relaxed, informal setting. Those who attended welcomed the opportunity to meet and greet the officers patrolling their neighborhood. If you are interested in learning more about attending or starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

 

Coffee with a Cop Stops by the Ausonia Apartments in the North End!

Coffee with a Cop Stops by District A-1 in the North End: Thanks to everyone who stopped by Coffee with a Cop early this morning at the Ausonia Apartments located at 185 Fulton Street in the North End. Commissioner Gross and Councilor Anissa Essaibi-George joined several officers from District A-1, and members of the Bureau of Community Engagement to share a cup of coffee and conversation with community members about public safety issues and concerns in a relaxed, informal setting. Those who attended welcomed the opportunity to meet and greet the officers patrolling their neighborhood. If you are interested in learning more about attending or starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

 

BPD in the Community: Coffee with a Cop Stops by the Villa Victoria on District D-4 in the South End

Coffee with a Cop Stops by the Villa Victoria on District D-4 in the South End: Thanks to everybody who stopped by today’s Coffee with a Cop hosted by the fine folks at the Villa Victoria located at 100 W. Dedham Street in the South End. Our officers from District D-4 had a wonderful time meeting and greeting community members eager to get to know and learn the names of the officers patrolling their neighborhoods while also sharing and discussing common concerns and issues impacting the safety of the neighborhood. Coffee with a Cop provides an informal and friendly setting ideally suited for convivial conversation all over a cup of joe. For more info about the next scheduled Coffee with a Cop, please call the Neighborhood Watch Unit at (617) 343-4345.

Coffee with a Cop: Stops by The Fenway Community Center on Boylston Street in the Fenway Area of District 4

COFFEE WITH A COP: Thanks to all those who stopped by Coffee with a Cop at The Fenway Community Center located at 1282 Boylston Street in Fenway (D4). The conversation flowed easily over great cups of coffee. Our officers had a wonderful time making new friends. If you are interested in learning about starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or interested in attending a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

BPD in the Community: Coffee with a Cop Comes to City Table at the Lenox Hotel

COFFEE WITH A COP: Thank you to all of those who stopped by Coffee with a Cop at City Table at the Lenox Hotel in District D-4 (Back Bay). Our officers had a fantastic time making new friends. If you are interested in learning about starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or interested in attending a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.

 

BPD in the Community: National Coffee with a Cop Day Celebrated in the Back Bay  

COFFEE WITH A COP: On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the Coffee with a Cop crew stopped by Peet’s Coffee at the Capitol One Café in the Back Bay for the National Coffee with a Cop Day. Members of the community and Boston Police Officers from District D-4 came together for a friendly conversation over a cup of coffee. Commissioner Gross stopped by to hand out patches and pins to attendees. Special thanks to the welcoming staff at Peet’s, their attentiveness and friendliness made for a fantastic time had by all!

 

BPD in the Community: Great Time Had by All at Coffee with a Cop in Charlestown

BPD in the Community: Great Time Had by All at Coffee with a Cop in Charlestown: Thanks to everybody who stopped by District A-15 in Charlestown earlier today, Friday, September 21, 2018, for Coffee with a Cop. Commissioner Gross, Captain Kenneth Fong and the officers assigned to District A-15 had a wonderful time making new friends while interacting with and talking to community members in the area. Coffee with a Cop is all about creating a friendly, informal setting where officers and community members can come together in an effort to better understand issues and concerns impacting the neighborhood in ongoing efforts to work together while making our city one of the safest big cities in America. If you are interested in learning about starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or interested in attending a future Coffee with a Cop event, we’d love to hear from you. For more info, please call (617) 343-4345.

BPD in the Community: Coffee with a Cop Stops by PS Gourmet in Roslindale Square

COFFEE WITH A COP: Thanks to everyone who stopped by Coffee with a Cop at PS Gourmet in Roslindale Square this morning. Members of the BPD Command Staff were on hand to share a cup of coffee with neighbors along with Captain Keith Dalrymple, District E-5 Commander, and his officers and civilian staff members. If you are interested in learning about starting a Neighborhood Watch Group or interested in attending a future Coffee with a Cop event, please call (617) 343-4345.