LANCASTER – Do you have concerns about crime or quality-of-life issues in your Lancaster neighborhood? Bring them to the attention of local law enforcement in a comfortable, informal atmosphere Thursday, April 9.
The latest installment of “Coffee with a Deputy” will be held from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday, April 9, at the Lemon Leaf Café, located at 653 West Lancaster Boulevard in Lancaster.
The topics discussed will be crime trends and public safety, and there will be an opportunity for Lancaster residents to ask questions and have their concerns addressed, according to Lancaster Community Relations deputy Miguel Ruiz.
The “Coffee with a Deputy” program is designed to create a comfortable atmosphere where residents can meet with representatives from the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station to discuss various community safety topics, crime prevention and other law enforcement services.
Team members from the city’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.
The “Coffee with a Deputy” program is held on the second Thursday of each month.
For more information, contact Lancaster Sheriff’s Station’s Community Relations deputy Miguel Ruiz at 661-948-8466.