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Members of the community and Coos Bay police officers had a chance to sit and get to know one another and discuss community issues at Flappers Coffee House in downtown Coos Bay.

Tim Epperson, The World

COOS BAY — The Coos Bay Police and public got a chance to mingle Monday morning over coffee at the CBPD's Coffee with a Cop program.

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Members of the community and Coos Bay police officers had a chance to sit and get to know one another and discuss community issues at Flappers Coffee House in downtown Coos Bay.

"This gives our officers and the public to talk about things that concern them regarding public safety," said Coos Bay Police Chief Gary McCullough."It also gives our officers and the public a chance to get to know our officers who patrol their neighborhoods."

The event was held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Flappers Coffee House located in the Old City Hall Building at 375 North Central Avenue in downtown Coos Bay.

The event was meant to have no agenda, no speeches, just a chance to sit down with the police officers that are working hard to keep your neighborhoods and businesses safe. This event gives citizens a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know who the police officers are that they see driving and walking through their neighborhoods, MuCullough said.

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