Steamboat Police Department’s Coffee with Cops event returns Nov. 16

The Steamboat Springs Police Department and Beard & Braid are brewing up a fresh fall version of Coffee with Cops, offering residents the chance to ask questions and learn about the men and women who serve the community.

“There’s nothing cops like more than a strong hot cup of coffee to get these brisk mornings started off right,” Police Chief Sherry Burlingame said in a Wednesday, Nov. 2, news release. “We couldn’t think of a better way to take on the day than spending it with residents of our city and getting to know each other better.”

From 9 a.m. to noon on Nov. 16, Burlingame, as well as police, community service and animal control officers will be on hand at Beard & Braid, 116 Ninth St.

Since most law enforcement contacts with the public typically occur during emergencies or emotional situations, Coffee with Cops is designed to allow open, two-way dialogue between the community and the police department in a more relaxed setting.

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