Insp. Larry Chomyn of the West Shore RCMP (left) has a chat with a resident at Poncho’s Coffee House in Langford as part of the Coffee with Cops event last year. (Kendra Wong/News Staff)

West Shore RCMP invite public for coffee and a chat

Coffee with a Cop taking place on March 21

Do you have any questions for your local police officers?

West Shore RCMP will be hosting a Coffee with a Cop event on March 21 to meet with community members and field their questions.

READ MORE: Members of the public escaped the soggy weather for a coffee and conversation

The event will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Extreme Outreach Society in View Royal, located at 102-284 Helmcken Rd.

The Extreme Outreach Society is a local, non-profit organization that is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty, homelessness and addiction at an early age. The society provides healthy meals, mentorship, counselling and programming for at-risk youth in the community.

READ MORE: Cops have coffee and a chat in Sidney

All proceeds from Coffee with a Cop will go towards the Extreme Outreach Society.

shalu.mehta@goldstreamgazette.com


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