Coffee Chats may be a perk for Bedford residents
The program, which takes place every second Tuesday of the month, is open to everyone in the community to come have a cup of coffee, and get familiar with the department and personnel.
Bedford police officers will be on hand to discuss people’s concerns, topics relating to public safety and crime prevention tips. Officers will attend Coffee with a Cop on a rotating basis so people can get different views on a variety of issues. People will also be invited to bring up topics of concern and offer suggestions on how to make Bedford a better place to live.
Residents, business owners and other concerned citizens are also invited to Meet The Chief the second Tuesday of every month from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Bedford Safety Complex. Police Chief John Bryfonski will be on hand to discuss matters of interest and concern, or people can just stop by the station to say hello.
In addition, the Police Department’s website offers tips for residents and parents, including keeping safe while using social media. Smart Cards information for safely using LinkedIn, Google, Facebook and Twitter is provided by the FBI. The information includes tips on updating your social media account profiles, social network do’s and don’ts and application settings, all geared to minimize risk.
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