The Moorpark Police Department is proud to announce a “Coffee with the Chief” event. Coffee with the Moorpark Police Chief and members of the Moorpark Police Station brings the police department and community members together, over coffee, to discuss issues and learn more about resources, services, and needs of the community.
On Tuesday, February 21, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, Moorpark deputies and Volunteers in Policing, along with Moorpark Police Chief Darin Hendren, will be at Starbucks located at 561 New Los Angeles Ave, in the city of Moorpark, sharing a cup of coffee with neighbors. Community trust is one of the key elements to the success of the Moorpark Police Department. By sitting down and having a simple conversation, deputies, and the community members they serve, can continue building and growing together.
The Moorpark Police Department invites the community to come out and ask questions, voice concerns, get crime prevention advice, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood. This is a relaxed, informal event and is not about speeches or agendas but simply about casual conversation. Moorpark Police Department staff will also have handouts explaining our Volunteer in Policing program and our Explorer program, as well as scam and fraud prevention.
The goal of Coffee with the Chief is to get to know the community better and hear about issues the residents feel are important. This community-building event promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie that make our neighborhoods safer all year round by continued police-community partnerships.
Building relationships – one cup at a time.
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