Const. Meighan de Pass will host the next session of “coffee with a cop” Dec. 19 at Deep Cove Market. (Kristyn Anthony/News staff)

‘Coffee with a cop’ heads to North Saanich

Semi-regular event branches out to Deep Cove Market, Dec. 19

Back by popular demand, the Sidney/North Saanich RCMP is holding another session of “coffee with a cop.”

From 9 a.m. until noon on Dec. 19 at the Deep Cove Market, Const. Meighan de Pass and a fellow officer will be available for anyone who wishes to connect.

RELATED: Cops have a coffee and a chat in Sidney

De Pass encourages participants to bring community concerns or questions calling the semi-regular event “a great way for us to hear directly from the community.”

Past “coffee talks” have seen a steady flow of residents from across the Peninsula, but this time around de Pass says it was important to move the event from Sidney.

“We understand not everything happens on Beacon,” she says of the new location in North Saanich. “We serve everyone.”


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