RESIDENTS on the Southern Moreton Bay Islands have been treated to a coffee courtesy of local police.
At a Macleay Island Coffee with a Cop event on November 20, residents and police gathered at Scorpion Cafe over hot drinks and biscuits to talk about domestic violence prevention and services.
Police from the Vulnerable Persons Unit provided information about making the community safer and preventing domestic violence.
Bayside District Crime Prevention Co-ordinators and their Volunteers in Police, Crime Stoppers, Macleay Island Police and Redlands MP Kim Richards were also on hand to chat.
"Most importantly... we were able to get a lot of information out to locals about domestic violence support services available," a spokesperson said.
Residents of Russell Island will have their chance to chat with the cops on December 3 from 9am at Aunty Alice's Cafe.
Hosted by Russell Island police and Bayside District Crime Prevention, the event will focus on unlawful entry into cars. Residents are also invited to ask questions or discuss any matters related to youth, police and community.
Police, Volunteers in Policing, Police Liaison Officers and Crime Stoppers will also be present.
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