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Milford police officers want to meet you for coffee
According to Sgt. Matthew Fiffield, the department will host its first “Coffee with a Cop” program at McDonald’s on Nashua Street from 9 to 11 a.m. In attendance will be several of Milford’s finest, who will be available to answer questions, hear concerns, or just enjoy a good, casual conversation on a cold winter day.
“We felt that with our forward-thinking and creative officers, and the improved relationship we have been building with our residents over the past couple of years, we could try this relatively unknown (in this area) program and make it a success,” Fiffield said.
“It is my goal that the officers will get to know more of our citizens on a personal level, as well as have the opportunity to engage with them in a more informal setting than they are used to,” Fiffield said.
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