LANCASTER – ‘Coffee with a Deputy’ returns to Lancaster this Thursday morning at the Lemon Leaf Café.
The initiative creates a comfortable, informal atmosphere for residents to meet with Lancaster Station deputies, get to know them, and bring problems in their neighborhoods to the attention of local law enforcement.
Coffee with a Deputy is open to the public and begins at 8 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 13 at the Lemon Leaf Café, located at 653 West Lancaster Boulevard in Lancaster.
Crime prevention and law enforcement services will be discussed, and there will be an opportunity for Lancaster residents to ask questions and voice their concerns. Team members from the city of Lancaster’s Public Safety Office will also be on hand to provide information about the Neighborhood Watch program, as well as contact information for other city services.
For more information on the “Coffee with a Deputy” program, contact Deputy Miguel Ruiz at 661-948-8466.
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1 comment for "Have ‘Coffee with a Deputy’ in Lancaster Thursday"
phil dultor says
I am glad Palmdale trademarked the phrase “coffee with a cop” preventing Lancaster from using it. Although.. They can still use “decaf with a deputy” :)