The Federal Way Police Department invites the community to attend the second annual National Coffee with a Cop, which runs 10-11:30 a.m. Oct. 4 at the Starbucks at 1656 SW Dash Point Road. Courtesy photo

FW police invite public to annual Coffee with a Cop conversation

The Federal Way Police Department invites the community to attend the second annual National Coffee with a Cop.

The informal gathering takes place 10-11:30 a.m. Oct. 4 at the Starbucks at 1656 SW Dash Point Road.

This quarterly event is intended to break down barriers and form positive relationships between the public and the police department by encouraging residents to engage in a conversation with officers. FWPD is among more than 2,000 law enforcement agencies nationwide to have participated in this program, according to an announcement.

Admission is free. To learn more, email piorequest@cityoffederalway.com.

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