Williams Lake RCMP will hold its its first Coffee With a Cop at the Bean Counter on Thursday, May 2. (Stock photo)

RCMP invite Williams Lake community to ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Have you ever had a question you’d love to ask a police officer?

Have you ever had a question you’d love to ask a police officer?

Well then this event is for you.

The Williams Lake RCMP invite you to their very first ‘Coffee with a Cop.’

The RCMP are inviting you to pull up a seat to join them on Thursday, May 2 to meet some of Williams Lake’s local officers and to enjoy a coffee with a cop.

“We encourage anyone interested to stop by, have a chat in an informal environment and learn about the people who police our community,” said Williams Lake RCMp Const. Joel Kooger.

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The event is being hosted by the Bean Counter, and RCMP said they’d like to give a huge thank you to their management and staff for allowing them to have the event in their establishment.

“We recognize most people never had the opportunity to meet us and just talk,” Kooger said, who is a frontline officer with the Williams Lake RCMP.

“We are looking forward to meeting and sharing our experiences as an RCMP officer with you.”

Coffee with a Cop goes Thursday, May 2 from 10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at the Bean Counter at 180B Third Ave. N in Williams Lake.

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