'Coffee With Cops' Set for April 18 and 27

The Ocean City Police Department encourages people to come out and voice concerns.

The Ocean City Police Department invites any resident of Ocean City to come out in April and voice concerns at an event called Coffee with Cops.

On April 18 and 27, the Community Policing Unit will be available for an hour and a half to answer questions and listen, according to Sgt. Dave Hall.

"Basically the program is an informal way for the community to ask questions or voice concerns within their neighborhoods or in the city," Hall says.

The events are scheduled as follows:

  • April 18: 9 to 10:30 a.m., , 605 Eighth Street.
  • April 27: 9 to 10:30 a.m., , 910 Ocean Avenue.

For more information, call Hall with the Community Policing Unit at 609-525-9108.

happycamper April 20, 2012 at 05:19 PM
My two cents, I don't think it is possible to refer to oneself as "old school" but then make comments like the one about the cheerios.
Denise Fisk-Baj April 20, 2012 at 06:10 PM
oh so if I'm old school I can't add a new school slang word.....sorry....just trying to keep up with the times and lingo slang.....this 52 yr old has always said --yes sir and no Ma'am.....since I was little.....we were always taught to respect the authority of Law Enforcement and our elders......I guess today that is a thing of the past.....but not in my household....my son says yes sir and no sir..... but is also taught people, including persons of authority are not infallible, but to still give respect no matter what----period!!
Richard Jacoby April 22, 2012 at 10:51 PM
I am happy you have had great experiences with OCPD. I wish we all could say that
Robert McKenna, MIKE April 22, 2012 at 11:11 PM
We have beaten this subject to death, and what people feel about authority figures such as police has an emotional as well as a practical side. Not to like some treatment by some police officers, is the same as not liking some people, some neighbors, etc. and that is just a fact of life. I say yes sir to the cops, and I pay my occasional fine, and that has nothing to do with not liking their haughty and superior attitudes. Their job gives them no right to be discourteous. Some people talk like the police are special, and they are not. They put their pants on one leg at a time. They are over paid for the work they do in this little town, and that is part of the reason our taxes go up, and then up more when the police do stupid things and get sued.
Denise Fisk-Baj April 23, 2012 at 01:47 AM


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