County Sheriff Department hosted Coffee with a Cop, Wednesday,
March 15 at the Albertsons Starbucks.
Joined by Blythes local police department, California Highway Patrol and U.S. Dept. of Interim Bureau of Land Management, deputies and officers met with no agenda or written speech, but simply came out to reach the locals.
Working together to help bridge the gap between residents feeling comfortable enough to approach officers, General Manager of Albertsons, Mel Culp and District Asset Protection Joe Yelin were happy to help serve the cliche dinner officers usually devour: coffeeand doughnuts.
Visited by City Manager Peter Cosentini and Councilman Oscar Galvan, officers and city leaders were thanked for the outstanding service they provide.
Moving the location from the franchise Starbuckson West Hobsonway to Albertsons was an idea Deputy Joseph Aguliar said he thought was a good move, show more content
Looking for ways to successfully interact with the people they serve in Blythe, Captain Jiminez of the Riverside County Sheriff Department held many lengthy conversations and shook many hands, welcoming community residents to help themselves to refreshments or meet his staff.
Sharing whatever was on their minds, deputies and officers were able to get to know a few people.
In addition to personal matters, countless number of customers stopped by to say thank you to the men in uniform for their service, kindness and the great work they do in the community.
One soldier even took the liberty to stop by and pay his respect and comedically share the joke that should he be pulled over in a traffic stop, that the officers present should remember his face.
No matter if you came by with a serious issue or just simply stopped by to say thank you, Riverside County Sheriffs Department of the Colorado River Station thank you for your
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