The latest Coffee with a Cop program on February 27 at the McDonald's Restaurant on Côte Saint-Luc Road was a big success.
We are fortunate to have Neighbourhood Police Stations. Côte Saint-Luc is the home for Station 9, which also services Hampstead and Montreal West. Coffee with a Cop is actually an American concept being piloted by Station 9 on a monthly basis. The next edition will take place on March 26 at the Quartier Cavendish McDonald`s in the Food Court.
It was wonderful to so many police officers, along with CSL Public Safety Director Jordy Reichson, working their way to the different tables to talk to people and hear their concerns. As residents streamed in, Socio-community Officer Isabelle Dubé and her colleagues were pouring people coffee and handing out different kinds of information about the station. Marie-Christine Nobert, who normally performs those duties, is fulfilling other duties these days due to a back ailment. She was nonetheless front and centre at Coffee with a Cop, a concept which is sure to spread across the city in due time.