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Police pleased with recent "Coffee with a Cop" event

The Windsor Police Service is pleased after its community outreach event “Coffee with a Cop” was held in Amherstburg.

The Windsor Police Service – Amherstburg Detachment presented “Coffee with a Cop” last Wednesday morning at Flow Café and Bikes. The Rotary Club of Amherstburg was a sponsor of the event.

Const. Nick Dupuis, the Amherstburg detachment’s community services officer, was joined by members of the Windsor police brass, including Chief Jason Bellaire, in meeting with the public during the 90-minute event. Members of Amherstburg town council were also on hand during “Coffee with a Cop.”

“I thought it was a success,” said Dupuis. “We had a good turnout including Windsor police management, town council and the Rotary Club. A good number of citizens filtered through.”

Members of the Amherstburg COAST (Community Outreach and Support) team were also on hand, Dupuis pointed out.

“It was a good opportunity for people to meet everyone and see what the police are doing in town,” said Dupuis.

Among the concerns that were raised to police involved speeding, Dupuis said. He noted that members of the community brought up several issues relating to fast-moving vehicles, particularly on the concession roads within Amherstburg.

The Windsor Police Service regularly hosts such events in the city, and Dupuis is open to doing another one.

"It's nice to have it out here," said Dupuis.

Police pleased with recent “Coffee with a Cop” event

By Ron Giofu

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