Dunkin’ & Seven Cape Police Departments to Host Coffee with a Cop Events

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Dunkin’ and seven local Police Departments are joining forces to host open Coffee with a Cop events at Dunkin’ restaurants across Cape Cod. In honor of National Coffee with a Cop Day on Wednesday, October 3, officers from the Barnstable, Brewster, Falmouth, Orleans, Sandwich, Wellfleet and Yarmouth Police Departments will be at their local Dunkin’ restaurants to answer questions from members of the community. Local residents are encouraged to attend these informal events with neighborhood police officers to ask questions, voice concerns and meet those who serve the community over a cup of coffee.

Over the summer, Dunkin’ locations across the Cape offered the Cape Cod Blue Coffee Card. The card, which was good for five $1 Medium Coffees was given to guests who made a $10 donation as a thank you. In total, the program raised $23,860 that will be distributed equally between the Yarmouth Police Foundation and the Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council.

Local Dunkin’ business owners will be presenting a check to the Yarmouth Police Foundation at 8am at the 464 Route 28 Dunkin’ location and to the Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council at 8am at the 290 Route 130 Dunkin’ location. The Yarmouth Police Foundation will use these funds to help build the Sergeant Sean M. Gannon K9 & Police Training Center at the Yarmouth Police Headquarters. The Cape Cod Regional Law Enforcement Council will use the donation to support regional training, including leadership development, peer support, crash reconstruction and force simulator training, for police officers on Cape Cod.


Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Times vary by location:





3821 Falmouth Road



15 Lower Road



4 Sandwich Road



136 Cranberry Highway



290 Route 130



2393 US-6



464  Route 28



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